Welcome to the BIRBZ house.
Here you’ll find a set of digital collectible cards, each featuring a different real-life birb. These are not NFTs, nor are they (likely) worth anything once you buy them. They’re just a limited run of really cool cards, available for sale to support good causes.
Check back often to catch new releases, and you may even spot an ultra-rare birb (if you’re lucky)!
The birbz featured in this project are all denizens of the Twin Cities, Minnesota area — and more importantly, memories that I’ve collected as I’ve walked the streets of this city I love.
As such, all proceeds from BIRBZ go to local causes that are close to my heart, and making a tangible human impact in our cities and on our streets.
Infrequently Asked Questions
Are these birbz more of those nonfungible whatchamacallits?
Absolutely not. Nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, are quite often a scam and/or scheme designed to take advantage of under-educated consumers. BIRBZ, while collectible, are simply digital assets you pay for with real, normal money. No crypto shadiness, no deflationary nonsense.
BIRBZ should be collected for the love of the birbz themselves, and/or your penchant for supporting good projects doing good things.
What can I do with a birb once I buy it?
BIRBZ are collectibles, just like baseball cards or Beanie Babies. Maybe they’ll be worth something one day, maybe they won’t. But either way, once you buy a birb, it’s yours — only one copy of each birb is available, ever.
Once you claim a birb, you’ll be sent a URL where you can access your birb from any device — perfect for showing it off to all your friends (or rubbing it in the face of your enemies).
Can I get a refund if I’m unhappy with the birb I purchased?
Unfortunately, the nature of digital collectibles is that once you purchase, you have full access and ownership of the collectible. As such, it’s impossible to offer refunds without violating the exclusivity of the collectible for others.
Furthermore, proceeds from BIRBZ are donated to local charities and mutual aid collectives, making refunds infeasible.