Want to Buy the 'NFT Sold Out' DentedFeels Collection?



If you're a fan of blockchain-based art and the NFT market, chances are you have already heard about DentedFeels. Maybe you even managed to get your hands on one of these highly sought-after digital collectibles that recently sold out in hours. But if you didn't succeed in getting one, don't worry! There is still a way to experience the magic of this amazing project and support the artist behind it.

Introducing—the 'NFT Sold Out' collection by @Dentinmyhead, now available on Opensea!

The incredible artwork created by @Dentinmyhead is no longer available as an NFT, but you can now own it as a high-quality print on canvas or 100% cotton paper. Each print comes with a signed certificate of authenticity to ensure its value as a collectible item. There are only 500 copies available, so don't miss out!

Why not make your home or office more colorful with this unique creation? The 'NFT Sold Out' collection is sure to be the centerpiece of any room once it's hanging on your wall. Plus, you can feel good knowing that you're supporting an independent artist who uses his art to give back to the community around him."

How much are these NFTs worth?

We all know how much money has been made from these non-fungible tokens (NFTs). It could be a masterpiece by Beeple, a trading card for CryptoPunks, or a video clip.

These NFTs are not only limited in quantity; some are quite rare. And that's the attraction here — people like to be different from the rest. That's why you see people bidding on eBay for last year's phones, even though this year's phones are more powerful and cheaper.

The DentedFeels collection is no different. If you can afford them, you should buy them as soon as possible because they will sell out soon.

This is the first time an artist has turned a sale of their work into an NFT. Last year, dentedfeels sold every single original piece of art they created as part of what they called the "Sold Out" collection. Now, they are releasing the entire collection as a set of NFTs (non-fungible tokens).

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dentedfeels has been reluctant to embrace NFTs. This was due to the environmental impact that minting NFTs has on the planet and their belief that it was more important to create tangible objects rather than digital ones. The artist believes that "Art should be something you can touch, something you can hold in your hands." However, after doing some research and running all their numbers, it turns out that "NFTs are significantly less taxing on the environment than traditional gallery sales."

About @Dentinmyhead

Dentinmyhead is an artist. He is also a musician, engineer, and all-around creative. His music can be found at soundcloud.com/dentinmyhead

"I'm an artist," he says. "I make music, I paint, I draw and I sculpt."

That's a pretty ambitious title to claim. But then you get to know him and understand that it makes perfect sense.

The collection will include the original painting, the NFT, and the actual t-shirt he wore during his "Sold Out" performance on Twitch.

Check out his work at www.etsy.com/shop/DentinMyHeadArt or follow him on Instagram @dentinmyhead to see what he's up to next!


DentedFeels was a resounding success, and NFT enthusiasts everywhere continue to support and value blockchain-based art. The future of the NFT market is looking incredibly bright, and there are sure to be many more projects just like this one in the future.

Jamie Lamten

Jamie Lamten is a writer and investor in crypto, provides his opinions and the latest news about non-fungible tokens.

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