Justin Roiland, the co-creator of the Adult Swim cartoon series Rick and Morty has joined the growing trend of celebrity artists creating non-fungible token (NFT) artwork. After the animator released the collection called “The Best I Could Do” on the NFT auction house Nifty Gateway, the artwork sold for over $1 million in ether.
Justin Roiland is well known for co-creating the animated television show Rick and Morty alongside his producing and voice-acting abilities. Just recently, Roiland, who also maintains an animation studio and video game studio decided to sell a collection of artwork backed by blockchain technology.
On January 18, on the non-fungible token (NFT) auction house Nifty Gateway, Roiland raised over a million dollars in ethereum (ETH) for his artwork. The collection is called “The Best I Could Do” and Roiland tweeted about his NFT collection as well.
“The best I could do,” the Rick and Morty animator told his 760,000 Twitter followers. “Testing the boundaries of crypto…