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Mint A Mook

After the failed hit on her son Nicky, Mama Mook aka Strega Nonna went into her recipe book of magic and conjured up a spell to combat the five families. She added the special ingredients into the pot of sauce, took her magic ladle, stirred the pot, and shouted,“Shvacheeeeemmmm!” Lightning struck and Mama’s spell was cast. She created an army of ten thousand Mook mashups to fight the mob war and settle the score, once and for all!

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Meet The Family

Brokeland, 1980’s

Coming of age in a changing Brokeland isn’t easy for a 15 year old girl, especially for one growing up in a family like the Mooks. Jenny Mook is the black sheep of an infamous (dis)organized crime family. She has aspirations of being a star— a star breakdancer, emcee, rock star, or actress. Jenny wants to get out of her neighborhood but also away from her crazy family, who are a cross between the Corleones and the Munsters.

As whimsical and dysfunctional as they are dangerous, they won’t admit their nefarious dealings to Jenny. The Mooks run the neighborhood and her life. They find themselves caught in the middle of an old school mob war and vindictive Mayor Mouliani. While Jenny is trying to start her own breakdancing crew, the heat is coming down on the Mooks.

Roadmap

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Mr. Kaves

In the winter of 1981, a scrawny, Brooklyn-born twelve-year-old kid by the name of Michael McLeer hung from the beam of an elevated B train. Spray can in hand, sneaker against steel, he felt spraypaint adorn the surface of an MTA train car for the first time. When he wrote the name KAVES, he penned the beginning of a folklore that spanned New York City's restless, crumbling, hip-hop fueled 1980s and 90s.

Over the years, Kaves, a "Brooklyn boy who makes good", took his paintings from traincars to museums and galleries. He took hip-hop from the crackle of his boom box radio into the unwelcome lap of the neighborhood he loved, creating the pioneering rap/punk-rock group Lordz of Brooklyn. He has designed exclusive visuals for many major brands, including Audemars Piguet, Aston Martin, Jaguar, NIKE, Rockstar Games, WWE, and Adidas, as well as for world-renowned artists such as the Beastie Boys and Metallica. Kaves is also known for his tattoo work, acting, and filmmaking endeavors.

Throughout his career, Kaves has been a trailblazer in the graffiti, music, and fine art scenes. He aims to continue this tradition by bringing The Family Mooks to the blockchain, paving the way for artists to branch into the NFT space.

Mr. Kaves

In the winter of 1981, a scrawny, Brooklyn-born twelve-year-old kid by the name of Michael McLeer hung from the beam of an elevated B train. Spray can in hand, sneaker against steel, he felt spraypaint adorn the surface of an MTA train car for the first time. When he wrote the name KAVES, he penned the beginning of a folklore that spanned New York City's restless, crumbling, hip-hop fueled 1980s and 90s.

Over the years, Kaves, a "Brooklyn boy who makes good", took his paintings from traincars to museums and galleries. He took hip-hop from the crackle of his boom box radio into the unwelcome lap of the neighborhood he loved, creating the pioneering rap/punk-rock group Lordz of Brooklyn. He has designed exclusive visuals for many major brands, including Audemars Piguet, Aston Martin, Jaguar, NIKE, Rockstar Games, WWE, and Adidas, as well as for world-renowned artists such as the Beastie Boys and Metallica. Kaves is also known for his tattoo work, acting, and filmmaking endeavors.

Throughout his career, Kaves has been a trailblazer in the graffiti, music, and fine art scenes. He aims to continue this tradition by bringing The Family Mooks to the blockchain, paving the way for artists to branch into the NFT space.