The Tiger Archives by Pestle & Mortar Clothing (PMC) has once again proven their commitment to pushing the boundaries with their latest roadmap, The Uncage Fund Exhibition. Just a little bit of history for those who don't know the Tiger Archive NFT collection, it was launched in January 2022 to celebrate the Year of the Tiger and it was an instant hit. In just 8 minutes, the collection was completely sold out, and it has since become one of the most sought-after projects in the NFT space.
The Tiger Archive features beautifully hand-drawn NFTs, each featuring a lucky tiger on a collectible card decorated with symbolic elements from Chinese culture and bottles of Tiger Beer. When you buy a Lucky Tiger, you're not simply buying a piece of art, but also a membership pass to a series of ownership perks. The NFTs are stored as an ERC-721 token on the Ethereum blockchain and the collection will be tradeable on OpenSea and Mintable. Each NFT is unique and programmatically generated from over 86 possible traits, making each one truly one-of-a-kind.
As a member of The Tiger Archive, you will have access to exclusive merchandise collections throughout the Tiger Year, including personalised apparel, prints, homeware, and much more. You will also have members-only access to specially curated experiences and parties throughout the Tiger Year in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Metaverse. Additionally, you will have access to the Tiger Cheers beer redemption program, where you can redeem Tiger Beer at over 20+ locations throughout Singapore and Malaysia over the course of 2022.
The Tiger Archive also offers priority access and special perks for PMC Collections, PMC NFT Collections, and PMC Events, as well as free airdrops to NFT holders. For more details on the project's roadmap and utility, be sure to visit The Tiger Archives official website.
But that's not all. PMC's commitment to giving back to the community is evident in this project as well. 30% of sales from the NFTs will be used to kickstart the Tiger UNCAGE Platform, which will support the local Arts and Music scene through a series of grants. The arts and entertainment industries were heavily impacted during the pandemic, and this is The Tiger Archive's way of giving back to the heart of local culture.
The Tiger UNCAGE Platform have nominated the 8 winners voted by the community which are:Kaiyi Wong (Architect/Artist), Leon Saphire (Singer/Songwriter), Rachel Chong (Set Designer), Shu Yee (Graphic Artist), Joshua Fitton (Designer/Architect), Big Phon of TokPork (Chef/MC), Porcelane (Musicians) and Tarrant Kwok (Theater practitioner) each received RM50,000 (in total RM400,00) for their artistry. So don't miss it !! Happening from the 15th to 20th of January 2023, the artworks created by these talented individuals will be showcased at PMC's latest flagship store at APW Bangsar.
The Tiger Archive is truly a unique project that combines art, culture, and community in a truly innovative way. PMC continues to amaze us with their forward-thinking approach, and we can't wait to see what they come up with next.