12-Year-Old Artist Made $1.6 Million With Her NFT Collection
Taking Her Vision And Turning It Into Gold
Nyla Hayes, who is 12 years old made millions by selling her art in NFTs. This artist who is still not old enough to own her Instagram page has 4,683 followers on the social media platform handled by her mother that features her art collection. Nyla Hayes has been drawing since she was four years old. As a kid, she loved Dino Dan, a TV show about dinosaurs. The long-necked yet gentle and brave Brontosaurus occupy a special place in her heart and was the inspiration behind the Long Neckie Collection. At the age of 9, Nyla Hayes began sketching portraits of women from different backgrounds with long necks. Giving them the feature of the Brontosaurus was Nyla’s way of recognizing how strong and powerful, women are. She took to NFTs because conventional art platforms had many entry barriers. So she started drawing on a smartphone and then went to an iPad to gain access to a bigger canvas. She saved the images as JPEGs before uploading them to OpenSea, an NFT Marketplace. Her first collection consisted of 75 pieces of artwork. The second one released a few months later consisted of 3,333 portraits of women, was sold out in a matter of hours. Her artwork give her 1,394 ETH which is approximately worth $5.8 million from her primary and secondary sales. Her work was honored by Time magazine by picking her as the first artist for its own NFT platform called TimePieces.
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