Adam Kahn Chief Creative Officer

ABOUT

IDEA
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The Careless Bears collection are 100 1:1 hand drawn NFTs uniquely crafted to express the lovable carelessness in all of us. These Careless Bears are a deconstructed pop-art interpretation of early 90's cartoons with a cute, huggable, twisted point of view made to exist as PFP NFTs.



EXECUTION:
Every single NFT from the Careless Bears Collection is hand drawn. We purposely put a dramatic emphasis on the art. Nothing in this collection is programmatically generated. This makes each and every one intrinsically… one of a kind. Additional rarity and what defines rarity (perhaps through hidden utilities) will be revealed over time through special clues and riddles.

Only 100 bears will ever exist.
100 1:1’s sold at 0.05 ETH

All 100 Bears SOLD OUT during every drop.


TIMELINE
• Drop 1 (5 Bears) - August 30th / Sold out in 5 minutes
• Drop 2 (5 Bears) - Sept 1st / Sold out in 3 minutes

• Drop 3 (5 Bears) - Sept 3rd / Sold out in 1 minutes

• Drop 4 (10 Bears) - Sept 8rd / Sold out in less than :60 sec

• Drop 5 (24 Bears) - Sept 22nd / Sold out in less than :60 sec
• Derivative Contest - 20+ submissions

• Drop 6 (1 Bear) - Oct 20th / Derivative winning bear auctioned and sold
• Drop 7 (50 Bears) - Oct 27th / Sold out in 30 min

COLLECTION RESULTS (as of 03.03.22)
• 100 items
• 57 owners
• Ξ0.135 floor price
• Ξ11.2 volume traded

ORGANIC SOCIAL RESULTS (as of 03.03.22)
Instagram - Aug 1st 1,028 -> 24.1k+ = 
2244.35% increase in followers
Twitter - Aug 1st 312 -> 4,474+
 = 1333.97% increase

FEATURED ON:
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NFT Collectors Club
NFT Hunters
NFT Catcher

MADEIT CREDITS

Annual 2022 ShortlistCareless Bears NFT CollectiblesIllustration Annual 2019 JudgeAdvertising: Digital Project featured: on 5th November 2021 Contributor:

Adam Kahn has been a Contributor since 25th November 2015.

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Careless Bears NFT Collectibles

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