Last week, Donald Trump introduced a set of NFTs in the form of “Digital Trading Cards” that were all badly photoshopped pictures of him, with the body of an especially buff Adonis, in a variety of different costumes, looking as heroic and resolute as the clearly underpaid graphic designers could make him. He was dressed up as, among other things, a superhero, a cowboy, an astronaut, and … a golfer. He took in $4.5 million selling the things.
In honor of Criminal Referral day, I thought I’d present you all with a new set of Digital Trump Cards, which I have produced for even less money than Trump presumably paid his digital “artists.” (I just used Stable Diffusion 2.) I’m not sure how NFTs work, exactly, but if each of you could send me $99 to look at these magnificent artworks that would be great.
Let’s start with new versions of some of his already existing cards:
But we don’t have to keep to the categories he used. Here he is in some other guises.
Anyway, so these are my Trumpo NFTs. If you want any of them, download the pics to your hard drive, write “NFT” on a scrap of paper, and send me $99. I think that’s more or less how it works.
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