Renowned celebrity photo brand Getty Images and NFT firm Candy Digital have joined forces to release an iconic NFT collection of rare photos featuring legendary musicians from the ‘70s. 

We’re talking rock icons, like John Lennon, Elvis Presley, David Bowie, and more, as NFTs!

Titled Exposure, this FIRST-EVER vintage digital collection of musicians that rocked our world will launch on March 21, and it is an opportunity for Candy to reach a different type of audience.

Candy’s CEO, Scott Lawin, is optimistic about the success of the project and believes that the partnership with Getty Images will develop over time to provide fans with incredible collectibles mined from Getty archives of millions of photos people will care about.

For this current collection, six photographers’ works are being showcased, including Don Paulsen and Peter Keegan. Hence, the NFTs are not just focused on the musicians alone but on the artists who curated the pictures being minted today. 

The NFTs will be purchased via credit card payments (this is so that nearly anyone can access these NFTs) at prices ranging from $25 to $200, and diehard fans are encouraged to join the waitlist now and contribute to exciting conversations.

The collectibles will be available for fans living in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the United States, Portugal, and Spain, among other countries. 

About Candy Digital

Candy Digital is an NFT ecosystem that focuses on minting NFTs around sports, music, and other forms of entertainment that people love.

Created in 2021, the team is made up of some of the industry’s finest digital artists, technologists, and designers.

It previously partnered with Major League Baseball to deepen the exhilarating baseball experience for fans.