This 32-year-old artist made over $1 million in 9 months selling NFTs—now he’s reinvesting for the metaverse

Updated: November 19th, 2023

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Amrit Pal Singh is an art director, visual artist, and 3D illustrator. He was referred to as the Indian NFT industry's toymaker who enjoys creating 3D dioramas and toy faces.

His famous Toy Faces are 3-D portraits that resemble cartoons of various favorite characters and renowned personalities such as Frida Kahlo, Steve Jobs, and Malala Yousafzai.

Singh came up with the NFT business idea after a friend told him that one of his earlier projects, Toy Faces, would "work well as NFTs."

For the past ten years, he has enjoyed working with clients worldwide and designing his own line of goods, including digital toys, picture books, card games, and mobile apps.

Over about nine months, Amrit Pal Singh has made over $1 million from the sale of 57 nonfungible tokens (NFTs) made from his artwork.


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