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Freedom is what Tupac fought and stood for with his actions, in his words, and through his intentions. In each piece of this collection and reason behind their design Tupac’s personal expression shines through. This medallion is no exception and some might say has the most of Tupac’s personal journey … (read more)

Freedom is what Tupac fought and stood for with his actions, in his words, and through his intentions. In each piece of this collection and reason behind their design Tupac’s personal expression shines through. This medallion is no exception and some might say has the most of Tupac’s personal journey in its story. The piece pays tribute to his eternal legacy left behind.

Upon Tupac’s release from prison, he started his own company called Euphanasia. "Euphanasia" is a word Tupac created by combining the words "euphoria" and "euthanasia". He said the name represented the ultimate freedom of personal choice. The logo he designed for his company was a Black angel holding a machine gun. Instead of bullets, it was spitting piano keys to represent that his lyrics and intellect were his weapons of choice. On the angel’s chest is Tupac’s pseudonym "Makaveli". Instead of the word Euphanasia, the medallion has Makaveli written across the top.

Tupac designed the medallion and wore it during the last weeks of his life. The pendant has the same Black winged angel with a halo over his head as his Euphanasia logo. The angel’s wings were there to protect us all from the challenges we find ourselves faced with. A ruby teardrop on the angel’s face represented the fallen soldiers, letting them know they will never be forgotten. It was important to Tupac to honor those who came before him, those who paved the way. The size of the medallion was meant as a tribute to Slick Rick.
Many don’t know that the chain on the necklace had broken-and Tupac was so determined to wear it, he used a hidden safety pin to hold it together.

What was initially his intention to pay tribute to someone - is now how we pay tribute to Tupac.


Additional Details:
  • 2000 x 1360 px, Video (91.8 MB)
  • This is a signed and limited edition digital creation.
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Joker816
2022/01/03

I will give you $10 for the saint NfT fueledbyether email me [email protected]

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Burhi
2021/12/18

@FueledByEther are you willing to sell for 3.1 ether now?

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JimmyFrsh
2021/12/16

Congrats on the launch. I assume this will not be the only NFT drop. Will you be applying to OpenSea to get your own verified collection page so all Tupac related NFTs can be housed in one area? As of now, people who want to search on secondary markets like OpenSea for Tupac NFTs will have to go through MakersPlace's vast Opensea collection page. This collection will just get lost in it. Thoughts?

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This is dope!

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Just got one edition of Sinner <3

Tupac Shakur , true Legend , infinite consciousness <3

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Bzyk
2021/12/16

How i can join to the nft drop?

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DavidW
2021/12/16

Just sign up for a collectors account with an email and a credit card!

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3DFan88
2021/12/15

Would of been nice to actually see the pieces of jewelry like a real image of front and back or something interactive

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StAySHiNiNgNFT
2021/12/15

🔥🔥

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Eddie
2021/12/15

Can I have it?

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You can bid it up!

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3DFan88
2021/12/15

Will the 3D file of the pendant be available? How can we see the pendant front and back?

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mandell714
2021/12/15

I believe we have to wait until 6:30pm EST.

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Oct8vus Gylze
2021/12/15

Same here! I can't make an offer at all! This sucks!

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DavidW
2021/12/16

Auction is open, bid now!

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Zayne Minnite
2021/12/15

Been attempting to make an offer and no luck

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DavidW
2021/12/16

Auction started, bid now!

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