While every artist has their own unique story to share with the world through their work, Peter Dennelis really stands out. He’s made 3D designs for world-famous motion picture studios such as Disney, Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, and a number of other established companies. He also worked with a number of big players in the production industry, such as Andy Nicholson, Kate Hawley, and Adam Stockhausen.
Peter has sharpened his artistic skillset to become a true master at his craft. If you’ve seen Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018), or Suicide Squad (2016), then you’ve undoubtedly witnessed the extraordinary quality of animation and design that Peter brings to the table.
After sitting down with 3D designer now-turned NFT artist Peter Dennelis, and getting an inside look at his extensive creative background, we could tell he’d be the ideal choice for an artist to help bring the Majestic Bears NFT project to life. So, we reached out, started talking, and pitched him the idea. With almost no delays, his only question was: “When can we get started?”
The Majestic Bears NFT project boasts a wide variety of exquisite creatures. While they each differ in style, fashion and background, every Majestic Bear is a massive icon of success. They’re bursting full of energy, ready to charge upward and take over the world and the Metaverse at a moment’s notice.
With our team of investors, entrepreneurs, Blockchain experts, and marketing wizards, there’s no obstacle that can possibly stop The Majestic Bears.
We recently sat down to chat with Peter Dennelis to hear his thoughts on the Majestic Bears NFT project, and what excited him the most about it. We also talked about what the transition into the world of NFTs has been like for him.
Q: Why Majestic Bears? What stood out to you about this project in particular?
Peter Dennelis: You know, I’d been interested in making an NFT collection for a while. When you guys reached out to me pitching the idea, I just had a feeling this would be a good move, you know? Plus, I love how each Majestic Bear will have their unique personalities and special abilities that totally separate them from so many other NFT projects out there that just look like lifeless, recycled concepts.
Q: Did you know much about NFTs before Majestic Bears?
Peter Dennelis: No, not really. I mean, when the NFT craze started around summer 2021, I already knew a bit about crypto and its potential. That’s when I started hearing about NFTs everywhere – on Youtube, the news, and social media. Thing is, I still didn’t know exactly what an NFT was… Now, every week, we’re hearing about some rapper or sports star buying one of those Bored Ape NFTs and changing their profile picture.
Here’s when everything changed: A few months ago, I headed to Miami Beach to attend the Art Basel – an annual contemporary art exhibition. I met Julien there, who’s the co-founder of Majestic Bears. He’s been in the NFT space since its inception, and had been traveling around to different countries giving talks about it. There was just something about his personality that resonated with me. Plus, he was looking for an artist for his collection… So, after getting to know each other more and sharing our ideas, we decided to link up and work on Majestic Bears together.
Q: Do you think it’s viable to keep working in the NFT space?
Peter Dennelis: You bet. As you guys know, I’ve worked on huge projects like Jurassic World. I feel the same tingle of excitement with Majestic Bears, because not only is it going to be a great opportunity for me to create artwork with an impact, but it feels like the start of something huge – kind of like buying Amazon or Apple stock back in the early 2000s.