Upcoming drops: 29 May – 4 June

Upcoming drops: 29 May – 4 June

Let’s face it: the NFT space is moving very quickly. Considering how quickly things can change in the metaverse, a week in NFT might as well be a month IRL.

Don’t get us wrong – the more people on board the space, the better. But with the constant influx of great art and ideas, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with all the news, launches, and general happenings.

Well, you can put the days of endless Twitter and Discord scrolling behind you as we compile a weekly list of upcoming NFT drops you definitely don’t want to miss. Here’s what to look for this week.

Behind the veil

figures sitting in chairs with coffee, the curtain behind them being opened by a giant hand
Credit: Railaite

WHO: Railaite

What: Open edition

When: May 30 at 12 noon ET

Where: Open sea

Why: Behind the Veil is a large-scale banner project created by emerging Superrare artist Railaite. Comprised of over 150 features, the collection seeks to explore questions about the nature of NFTs and their role in the world of cryptocurrency, while also delving into personal themes such as anxiety, fear and existential angst.

Sharia 2

WHO: Mera Takeru

What: 2222 PFPs

When: 31 May at 10 ET (Public Sale)

Where: Open sea

Why: Shari 2 is the second in a series of NFT projects celebrating the fourth anniversary of the career of Japanese crypto-art pioneer Mera Takeru. For this drop, Takeru has collaborated with five of Japan’s leading artists to create a set of PFPs imbued with his signature flashing skull GIF style.

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black and white mountain on orange background
Credit: CS Lim


What: Limited edition

When: 31 May at 6:30 p.m. ET

Where: MakersPlace

Why: With 100 paintings created with AI, The mountAIns is a collection of reinterpreted images based on thousands of traditional oriental landscape paintings. With this project, CS Lim aims to question the possibility of getting a “glimpse of the universal values ​​and goals” of a particular population or generation through the use of a machine’s cognitive process.

The gray area

WHO: Curated by Nate Hill

What: Exhibition in open edition

When: 31 May at 7 p.m. ET

Where: Nice gateway

Why: The Gray Area is a unique collection of pieces brought to life through Nate Hill’s public call for collaboration, called the #NateLinescape Challenge. The exhibition shows NFTs from GT, James Livitsky, Fourth perspective, Adam Disbrow, Gary Edward Blum, AL Crego, Tom Leightonand Mysterious Al.

Floating dreams

sad onion melting and crying
Credit: Dirtybird

WHO: Mike Kerrigan x Dirty Bird

What: 1000 Music NFTs

When: June 2, time TBA via Nebula Twitter

Where: Fog

Why: After a series of influential collaborations, San Francisco-based producer and DJ Mike Kerrigan will return to the Dirtybird label for the release of his Floating dreams EP. The drop comes as Dirtybird’s first ever partnership with music NFT platform Nebula and will feature 1,000 tokens issued with 0.025 percent royalty ownership allocated per token.

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