Doug TenNapel's Eternal Klay
Last updated: October 19th, 2021 at 7:20 PM
It started in a 1989 fine art show by Doug TenNapel called "A Beautiful Day in the Neverhood" which the world to the world to his obsession with Klay beings. Doug made a video game called "The Neverhood" and registered the trademark for "The Neverhood" in 1995. (This collection is not the video game.) Over 30 years after that fine art show, a new work has arrived: "Doug TenNapel's Eternal Klay", a collection of new, unique Klay beings offered as NFTs. These are digital, hand-drawn Kritters to collect and trade. There is a puzzle element to the collection, too, but you'll just have to figure that one out in the mysterious tradition of The Neverhood art universe and its Klay citizens. We will create until 10,000 works are complete.