THE 6529 GRADIENT COLLECTION
The Gradient Collection is a collection of 101 NFTs. They were auctioned to collectors in 2021 and 2022.
Gradients #0, #50 and #100 are in the 6529 Museum Permanent Collection.
Gradients #10, #20, #30, #40, #50, #60, #70, #80, #90 will be held by 6529 Museum for now.
The 6529 Gradient Collection represents the 6529 symbol in its original two stark black (#100) and white (#0) forms as well 98 grayscale gradients in-between. Each grayscale gradient is a 1% increment in darkness between 100% black and 100% white, with the background switching from white to black from #49 to #51.
It is the artist's (@6529er) preferred interpretation of his work and his vision for it in its purest form. It reminds us of the Chromie Squiggles Perfect Spectrums - much less flashy than the HyperRainbows, but it is an iykyk choice.
Each of the 100 pieces is represented as a 100% on-chain SVG with a secondary IPFS link.
The more mathematically inclined readers will note that #0 to #100 represents 101 tokens, not 100. That is right, there is a special token, #50 that is built different. It is a gif (how could we not have a gif?) and, like the squiggles, it moves.
What Do The Gradients Do?
The Gradients do not do anything. They are a graphic expression of the 6529 logo.
We encourage social experimentation in the Gradient community, as the collectors are likely to be strong supporters of decentralization.