Arman Izadi’s world-famous Graffiti Mansion strikes a deal with cryptocurrency’s fastest growing sports-focused NFT-fueled coin, SportemonGo.
The collaboration aims to highlight the growing demand for real-life application of cryptocurrency utility by creating an interactive living art installation like the world has never seen.
Danny Lorden returns as the lead art director to bring IZADI’s vision to life with a team of artists from around the nation who have been itching for the mansion’s return, as this will be the tenth Graffiti Mansion project in under four years.
Behind the scenes, you will find the global event producer Sancho Van Ryan on site for a global project slated to reach over ten million viewers. When asked what audiences should expect, all Sancho had to say was “Naturally, this is a Graffiti Mansion 10, so we have to take it up a notch.”
The last time we saw this production duo, they were heading up Jake Paul‘s operations at Team 10, helping to age up the child phenomenon to his now-super star status with more than thirty years combined of event production experience.
Izadi and Sancho Van Ryan were able to help take Jake Paul from internet vlogger to world-famous boxer. Fans and enthusiasts can safely bet that these two will probably have a trick or two up their sleeves for helping SportemonGo reach the masses. Despite his online persona as an idiot savant, Izadi is sure to be planning something much more than his fans expect of him.
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