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See Beeple’s $69 million digital artwork for a lot less in a new book


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Remember the digital artwork with a non-fungible token (NFT) that Christie’s auction house sold for more than $69 million?

North Fond du Lac native Mike Winkelmann, known professionally as Beeple, made that artwork, a digital collage called “Everydays: The First 5000 Days.” The NFT means that Christie’s winning bidder owns the original, authenticated digital artwork that Winklemann made.

But for the rest of us, there’s a new consolation prize: “Beeple: Everydays, the First 5000 Days,” a new art book from Abrams’ Cernunnos imprint. It’s listed at $65, a few orders of magnitude less than the singular NFT.

This image courtesy of Scott Winkelmann shows artist Mike Winkelmann on Feb. 24, 2021, in Charleston, South Carolina.

“Everydays” is a project that Winkelmann began in 2007: He made a new artwork each day, and posted it online. The digital NFT is a collage of all 5,000 images. The new book also collects all 5,000 images, a substantial number of them in sizes larger than the mobile-phone-screen-sized versions many people saw online.

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