LitePaper Project R#1991R_G&M Drop

A mixture of unique spirits and beautiful art generates project R#1991R G&M.
This project features a rare Rosebank bottle from 1991 aged 18 years and 75 incredible generative art pieces from Mexican artist Antonio Morales. These 75 art pieces will be launched as NFTs on the Polygon main net. Each one of them will have legal rights over the physical bottle and the final NFT art piece, which will feature the 75 initial NFTs.
The NFT holds the legal rights over the physical bottle and the final NFT art piece. The collection will be minted on the official CoCo B.C. web page This NFT will have a price of 15 USD, which can be paid on Matics (the native token of Polygon) or on USDC (stablecoin paired with the USD). This NFT represents the bottle and the final NFT art piece, meaning that the bottle and final NFT art will be kept safe by Collection Collective LTD until someone makes the exchange for both items (physical bottle and NFT art piece).
The bottle is safely stored in-bond at LCB Hillington in Glasgow, Scotland. The final NFT art, which is minted by the artist, is safely kept in Collection Collective LDT's “Wallet Vault”

Platform Management

The process for exchanging the collection for the physical bottle and NFT art piece will be held on the official minting site it will be active once the minting is done, and is an on-chain process, meaning that we are not able to modify the way it works or bypass it.
We have encountered the possibility that a wallet holding one of the NFTs can be lost, making it impossible to gather the whole collection and make the exchange. So we have created a “Rules Game” document that elaborates on how the “Active No Rule” applies and how to use it. This process is also on-chain, meaning that we are not able to modify how it works or bypass it.

Technical Info Polygon

Blockchain 1.- It lets us make a gamification collection, due to the low fees. 2.- It is an EVM (Ethereum virtual machine) so we can if needed in the future adapt or evolve into other EVMs or into the main net. 3.- It has the security we need for the development of our project, as it is backed up by real assets. 4.- It has the market size that we need for us to be successful.
Smart contract audit 1.- Solidity finance ( 2.- Specific audit for this project ( We will use the ERC721 NFT standard.

The Artist

Antonio Morales is a Traditional / Digital Artist, with a Master's in Advertising and Communication, in his career he has had the opportunity to work with the most known brands around the Globe (Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, USA, Canada, UK, Japan) as an Artist or as an Advertiser. Focused on finding the meeting point between Physical Art and Digital Art; using tools such as Augmented Reality. The Coco collection is one of his first collections of NFTs.
Personal artist links:

The Art

Inspiration for this project My work as a traditional artist is inspired by people, their emotions, their actions, and the study of the figure in the movement.
My style is usually minimalist using the white spaces as part of the design strengthening the idea with a continuous line.
What is the concept?
The inspiration for this collection comes from the colors of the low forests of Scotland in three periods of history since the production of the Rosebank Reserve began in 1991 until it was bottled in 2009.

The Bottle

Technical info: Distillery: Rosebank Country of origin: Scotland Vintage: 1991 Bottled in the year: 2009 Aged: 18 years Worldwide: 1 of 258 Cask No.: 2112 Cask Type: 1st Fill Bourbon Barrel Alcohol: 46.0% Size: 700ml

The Distillery

By Charles MacLean: Rosebank had the highest reputation of any Lowland malt. “An excellent lightly flavoured whisky,” writes Professor MacDowell. “It is easy to understand why such a whisky was preferred in England to the old and sterner Highland malts before modern blends became available”. By the 1890s there was “an extraordinary demand for the make and many customers had to be content with an allocation of a smaller amount than they had ordered” (Brian Spiller). The late whisky writer, Michael Jackson, described Rosebank’s closure as “a grievous loss”. In 2008 Diageo received a proposal to build a new distillery nearby, using Rosebank’s original stills and other plant, all which remained on site, but later that year copper thieves disguised as bona fide tradesmen broke in and either stole or vandalised the equipment. They were never caught.


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