Manchester City has teamed up with PUMA for a new NFT drop to commemorate the tenth anniversary of its first Premier League triumph and the legendary ’93:20′ moment.
Musketon produced this collaborative digital art release, which includes one unique design, a unique clockwork environment with cogs, and Manchester City artwork within Sergio Aguero’s goal-scoring PUMA boot.
The 93:20 piece artistically displays a unique clockwork environment with cogs and Manchester City artwork within Sergio Aguero’s goal-scoring PUMA boot. To commemorate the historic goal, Musketon’s artwork plays with the essence of time to symbolise 93:20, the specific time the winning goal was scored.
The artwork also features PUMA’s ULTRA Football Boots, which will be released on Friday 13 May as part of the 93:20 celebrations. The boots have been designed with the same colour palette of the original PUMA v1.11 football boots that Aguero was wearing.
Only 120 pairs of the limited-edition boots have been created in homage to the goal. The boot features the “Manchester City are still alive here” commentary, with custom 93:20 graphics on the outside of the boot. The footbed also features the famous ‘Agueroooooooo!’ line from the goal that will live on forever.
The 93:20 piece will drop on MakersPlace on Friday 13 May 2022.
Don Dransfield, Chief Strategy Officer at City Football Group said:
“We are incredibly pleased to be launching our unique 93:20 piece in collaboration with PUMA, following the success of our three collections to date. This exciting piece continues to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to the NFT and blockchain space, and shows our eagerness to collaborate with renowned talented creators, as well as with our club partners.
“Musketon’s unique artistic style has created an impressive piece of digital art to commemorate the historic title-winning goal and a key moment in the Club’s history and we are pleased to have been able to work with him in collaboration with PUMA and believe this piece showcases the best of digital art.”
Musketon, who has produced the collection, added:
“Being an arty kid rather than a sporty one, I was always more interested in drawing than kicking a ball around, but I was always aware of the Premier League powerhouse that is Manchester City Football Club from the kids in the playground.
“So when City asked me to create an illustration for the 10-year anniversary of the legendary 93:20 goal I had to say yes!
“Drawing on the key moments from the history-making goal, and Manchester’s rich history, I’m proud to launch this super-detailed illustration for the City fans around the world, old and young alike!”
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