ATP Partners with Artchild to Releases Customizable Tennis Posters as NFTs

ATP Collaborates with Artchild for limited edition tennis posters “POSTERS” during the Nitto ATP Finals, allowing fan customization & NFT inclusion.
ATP Partners with Artchild to Releases Customizable Tennis Posters as NFTs

The digital art platform Artchild and the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) have collaborated to launch a special limited edition tennis poster series named “POSTERS.”

Beginning on November 12 and running through November 19, the Nitto ATP Finals will be the venue for this partnership. Honor Titus, a well-known artist, created an official poster for the collection. Additionally, a digital collectible NFT on the Polygon blockchain will be included with every poster.

In addition to his artistic prowess, Los Angeles, California-based artist Honor Titus is well-known for his abiding passion for tennis. The collaboration between Artchild and ATP pays homage to the enduring legacy of cherished sports posters that enthusiasts have treasured for numerous generations.

The fact that “POSTERS” lets tennis enthusiasts participate in the creation process is what sets it apart. Tennis fans may customize and purchase their own versions of the Nitto ATP Finals Official Poster by using the Artchild digital canvas and carefully chosen color combinations. The fans’ homes will receive tangible prints of these personalized posters.

The Pala Alpitour venue will prominently display a few of these fan-customized posters. The digital version of the original Honor Titus-designed poster will only be sold during the 2023 Nitto ATP Finals.

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