Trending NFTs: Misan Harriman x Defaced, ICONS, and more

// A look at what’s hot across the metaverse.

Misan Harriman x Defaced

Defaced and Misan Harriman just dropped their collaborative project Daytrip on OpenSea and the auctions are already in full swing. There are 10 1/1 pieces, and bidding closes Saturday 20th at 12pm EST.

“The rumours are true, he walked among us.”


Generative works but not in the way we’ve come to expect: “By blending abstract painting, analog printing processes, a few flames, and many lost nights, the series came to be.”

The sale is over but you can check out what’s available on the secondary market right here.


If you cross 3 of the most notable figures in history with 3 of the most iconic artists of today’s NFT realm, what do you get? Well, the ICONS collection, obviously, as that’s the header of this section.

Click here to purchase the first-ever NFTs of Albert Einstein by Jonathan Wolfe, Charlie Chaplin by Odious, and The Wright brothers by Parrott.

Camille Chiang

Camille Chiang is just 21 years old and already making a name for herself in the NFT space. Her latest collection, WACK!, captures the vibrant expression of the raw colorfulness of creation.

“The name is a nod to Camille’s childhood in Hong Kong when she often used the term to describe all things fun and unique. Moving abroad, she later learned how the word took on a contrary meaning. Now, ‘wack’ is a playful symbol of difference.”

Mutant Ape Yacht Club

If you’re a BAYC devotee, you’ll know what this is all about. If you’re not, the Bored Ape Yacht Club website or Twitter is likely a better place to start. It’s quite some rabbit hole, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Anyway, this is the latest drop from the team, and activity on OpenSea has been feverish.


The Lee Mullican sale starts tomorrow, David Guetta dropped a new collection, and the art of skateboarding had its moment in the NFT sun.

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