Toonz Media Group & GuardianLink launch world’s first fully integrated NFT design lab
With over 1000 Toonz Artists and 350 Guardian technologists, this will be the first multi-platform blockchain NFT design lab established across USA, Europe and Asia targeting global Brands & Celebrities
Global animation major Toonz Media Group and GuardianLink are jointly launching the world’s first Integrated NFT design lab specializing in state-of-the-art Non Fungible Tokens for custom-made digital assets.
The award-winning Toonz studio, with a legacy of more than two decades and over 100 original animation IPs to its credit, is venturing into the NFT space with a first-of-its-kind NFT design lab. The Toonz NFTLabs will provide integrated services for artists, creators, collectors, athletes and brands to create curated digital assets and NFTs representing them.
Toonz NFTLabs in partnership with GuardianLink will specialize in both the creative and technological aspects of NFT generation, including conceptualization, development, character design, modelling, and asset designs along with smart contract generation for NFTs. With over 1000 designers and technologists from Europe and Asia, the NFT lab will offer services like Creative Storyboarding & Conceptualization, 2D Character Design & Digital Asset Development with Smart Contract Attributes, 3D Design & Modelling, Gamification, Smart Contract Auto Generation, Metaverse Immersion Model, and Incubation Lab for Emerging Artists. The lab will also offer top tier IP partnerships for television properties, movie properties, games and metaverses.
Developed using some of the most advanced technologies such as the somorphic NFT Framework, these NFTs will be designed and generated randomly using smart contracts on Ethereum, Polygon, or Solano blockchains. GuardianLink will also provide a branded marketplace and launch pads for creators, brands, and athletes/celebrities who want to launch their own independent NFT destinations for auctions and trades integrated with third party exchanges.