One of the largest American newspapers, Los Angeles Times, is launching its first NFT collection to mark the Rams’ Super Bowl LVI victory.
We’ve been working on something very cool.— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) February 12, 2022
Own a very special peice of L.A. Times #SuperBowl history with a @Mister_Sampson NFT.
Sales open at 9am PT on Monday. https://t.co/dj4tp8M1TG pic.twitter.com/9coqgsaF9o
I love it🙌🏾 excited to share this with y’all https://t.co/jNxr6kN3CG— CloudMasterSamp (@Mister_Sampson) February 12, 2022
Originally from Syracuse, New York, Sampson has been drawing since before he knew how to read or write. When he was just three years old, he began drawing cartoon characters and soon moved on to portraits.
While working for the American multinational record label Def Jam Records, he designed album covers for many artists such as Mariah Carey, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Ne-Yo, Young Jeezy, and Nas.
It’s unknown what the NFTs of this collection will look like, but they will probably feature Rams players.
The L.A. Times NFT collection will be released on 14th February at 9 a.m. PST on Discord and on the official NFT LA Times website.