Q Shaman Set To Release NFTs From Prison

December 18, 2021 11:54 pm

Yes, you read that headline correctly.

Jacob Chansley also known as the QAnon Shaman has just released a NFT collection even though he’s serving a 41 month sentence in Federal prison for “knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, and with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds”.

The NFT collection was released through his PR team and the NFTs consist of a 1,006 Shamans that come with different clothes and hats such as his infamous horned viking hat.

In a statement on the reason why Chansely decided to release an NFT collection  his PR team went on record saying Chansley wanted to create a  “a community of individuals intrigued by the intersection of politics, crypto, media, tribalism, and Shamanic culture”.

If you would like to see what they look, like here’s a few pictures of them on the Life of Shaman OpenSea Account:

Crypto Breaking had more on the story:

Timmermann Media Group, LLC and an anonymous artist dropped the first officially authorized Q Shaman NFT collection on the OpenSea platform (available here: https://opensea.io/collection/shamanlife).

Jacob Chansley (formerly QAnon Shaman) is inextricably linked to the January 6, 2021 events at the Capitol building. After expressing disappointment in Trump and disavowing QAnon, he now embraces the movements of crypto, DeFi, and community-led empowerment and acknowledges the transformative role that they play in galvanizing efforts towards a more equitable future.

The entire collection is limited to 1,006 unique NFTs including animated images with attribute rarity properties, never before seen images of Jacob donning crypto apparel, and original artwork from Jacob who is an artist himself. The animated art ranges from lighthearted and frivolous to introspective and provocative and everything in between. The collection’s first preview edition drops on December 17.

The iconic images are created under exclusive license, and Jacob provided oversight to the creative process and contributed some of his own art. They invite you to historicize a piece of one of the most fractious and challenging periods in U.S. history and join a community of individuals intrigued by the intersection of politics, crypto, media, tribalism, and Shamanic culture.

 

Will the “Life of Shamans” be the next big thing?

or

Will it be like many other NFTs and be a dud.

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