Ken Egu of the Books of Egu Releases the Soul Rebel NFT Collection

Los Angeles-based award-winning director and visual artist, Ken Egu, announces the launch of the Soul Rebel NFT Collection, another digital artwork capturing the spirit of Afro innovation and unification

Ken Egu is known as a director, visual artist, and CEO of the Books of Egu, an art, media, and technology company, who is passionate about using art to preach the subject of unity and innovation. In a related development, the creative recently released the Soul Rebel NFT Collection, officially launched on June 19, 2022 (Juneteenth), as one of several genesis digital art pieces that capture the spirit of Afro innovation and unification.

The NFT space has become practically unstoppable, capturing the attention of big wigs across industries, with the emergence of the Metaverse further driving its popularity. However, Ken Egu is looking to deliver even more to crypto enthusiasts and NFT lovers across the globe by leveraging the universality of the concept to reach as many people as possible, especially underrepresented communities, ultimately bringing them onboard Web3.0.

The recently released Soul Rebel NFT and docuseries are part of the initiatives championed by Ken to build a bridge in Web3 across Africa and America by using art, media and technology. Ken has collaborated with other talented black NFT creatives across Africa and America to create the docuseries.

The purchase of each NFT offers a 17.5 x 20 museum-quality stretched canvas print that can be put in the living room or given as a gift. Buyers of the NFT are also entitled to the Mara Smartphone (MARA Z1), the first smartphone made in Africa, specifically in Kigali, Rwanda. This aligns with the goal to give people of color access to digital assets and technology.

Holders of the Soul Rebel NFT also enjoy exclusive access to a DAO on Discord, which features the production of the Soul Rebel NFT documentary, an NFT video game and interactive collaboration hub that highlights the works of black and brown artists.

Ken Egu has partnered with creatives to create a YouTube and social media series. The docu-series aims to educate people on NFTs, detailing the meaning of the concept, how to make and buy NFTs, and how artists can make a positive impact on their communities.

For further information about the Soul Rebel NFT and other projects by Ken Egu and his team as well as how to get the Mara phone without buying the NFT, visit – http://soulrebelnft.com/.

The campaign for the support of talented black and African artists in the digital and tech world continues across social media, including Instagram and Twitter.

Media Contact
Company Name: The Books of Egu
Contact Person: Ken Egu
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Country: United States
Website: soulrebelnft.com

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