Adidas is teaming up with Prada for their new project dubbed "adidas for Prada re-source."

According to an announcement, the collaboration will feature user-generated art in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT).

The international brands will accept photos for the so-called open-Metaverse NFT project, where 3,000 photos will be minted as NFTs and later compiled into a "single mass-patchwork NFT" designed by digital artist Zach Lieberman.

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Adidas emphasizes that the NFT project is completely free as contributors will get full ownership rights over their NFTs. Polygon-based NFT collage will be dropped on a digital art market SuperRare.

The sports clothes and accessories giant says it will send "a majority" from the proceeds to Slow Factory, a non-profit organization for charity.