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Each week, artists and brands alike are flooding the NFT market with new intriguing designs. One of the latest to capture our attention comes from an individual who goes by the name of Law Degree.

Having worked behind the scenes with the likes of Virgil Abloh, Young Thug, Bloody Osiris, and Russell Westbrook, Law Degree is known to virtualize physically-native objects. And now for the first time ever, he is physicalizing virtually-native objects with the introduction of Brain Boots.

Brain Boots are being offered as a physically redeemable NFT. Those who purchase have the option to preserve the potentiality of the boots as an NFT, or burn the NFT and redeem it for a physical pair. "This handshake between physicality and virtuality represents a world first interpretation of footwear," says Law Degree.

Whether in virtual or physical form, Brain Boots no doubt catch the eye. The outlandish design is partially hand sculpted and partially algorithmic, featuring a single piece of pipe that "walks around the foot," as Law Degree puts it.

Law Degree points out the unique nature of the release format, because as more Brain Boot NFTs are redeemed, the rarer the NFT becomes, yet as more NFTs are preserved, the rarer the physical pairs become.

Bucking the trend of most NFTs, Brain Boots are being released entirely independently. Visit brainboot-nft.com to register for pre-public access today.

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