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Bruce Lee, a legendary martial artist and philosopher, is honored in the NFT collection

While numerous celebrities have established non-fungible token (NFT) collections, a lot of them have included notables who have since passed away. Jerry Garcia, Kurt Cobain, Muhammad Ali, Elvis Presley, Tupac Shakur, and others have all been featured in NFT collections. Ethernity and Bruce Lee’s family will release “The Formless Form,” the famed martial artist’s debut NFT collection, on Saturday.

Notably, Bruce Lee is a prominent pop-culture icon who is a Hong Kong and American martial artist, martial arts instructor, film star, and philosopher. Lee is well known for his martial arts technique and parts in several feature-length martial arts films from the early 1970s.

So, Lee’s first NFT collection will be released on January 8, 2022, via the Bruce Lee Family Company. Then, and the NFT protocol Ethernity. According to Ethernity’s news release, Lee’s NFT collection intends to

“commemorate the life and legacy of the martial arts pioneer, philosopher, and global action film star,”

The NFT line was “inspired by Bruce Lee’s ideology and teachings,” according to the statement. Additionally, artists such as Bosslogic, Raf Grassetti, and Anthony Francisco contributed to the artwork. Shannon Lee, chairwoman and CEO of the Bruce Lee Family Company and the One Family Foundation, said, “My father believed in honest self-expression.” Lee’s daughter went on to say:

“We’re honored for the opportunity to collaborate with these extremely talented artists whose artistic expressions”

” will help continue to spread the positive message of Bruce Lee’s philosophy”

” and teachings to the world in an authentic way.”

So, The Bruce Lee NFTs are the latest in a long line of famous actors. That’s, and celebrities who have died yet are immortalized in non-fungible token art. The Jerry Garcia Foundation held the inaugural NFT auction. Which, features the late Grateful Dead guitarist’s paintings during the first week of May.

Lastly, The inaugural Muhammad Ali NFT collection was launched by Ethernity and Muhammad Ali Enterprises (MAE) the same week.

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