10 Twitter NFT Banner For Jazzing Up Your Profile Header

This year, NFT banner are becoming more popular as PFPs have become the primary method of mainstreaming NFTs. Twitter, Discord, and other platforms are increasingly using NFT profile banners (or PFBs).

There’s little attention given to banners NFTs as compared to avatar NFTs. Here are 10 great options to make your Twitter profile a little more exciting.

What are NFT banner and why might you want one

It is fairly straightforward to understand how banner NFTs work just as NFT PFPs do today. As avatars do with NFTs, banner NFTs give people the same ability to express their identity via their profile pictures.

It goes without saying that banners give account owners greater real estate, regardless of whether they’re on Twitter or not. Due to this, NFT banners on social media may become more important to NFT lovers in the future.

Besides NFT photography, 1-of-1 art, and combining different PFPs into one image, many people are using crypto art in their profile banners. In this list, we’re mostly looking at banners designed to serve as profile banners. Their banners even use generative art practices from PFP.

Midnight Breeze: The Number 1 NFT banner collection?

First off, let’s check out Midnight Breeze, possibly the most famous PFB collection out there. The Dutch artist Dutchtide created this collection of 6,969 NFTs. While some of the other entries in this list have a more conventional approach to PFP, Dutchtide clearly took a more direct approach to Midnight Breeze.

This means that there is a unique lore, utility, and roadmap attached to the project. Midnight Breeze might well be the most popular NFT banner collection right now with its 0.33 ETH floor price and more than 3,000 ETH in secondary sales volume.


Featuring 295 illustrated banner NFTs, Nekomura is a great collection to spend some time with.

NFTs, which have become hugely popular in recent years, tend to focus on classic Japanese locales. YuYuki Han’s Nekomura collection contains 5,555 NFTs as intended by the artist.

It was ultimately decided by Nekomura to cap the collection at 295 NFTs. Nekomura has over 130,000 followers on Twitter, making this quite notable.  Regardless, Nekomura banner NFT holders can expect future rewards from the team.

NFT Banners by Sebastian M Vibes

His OpenSea profile contains numerous creative photography NFTs. A laidback island/ocean vibe pervades his work, which is in keeping with his name. As an example of a piece that works well both as a Twitter banner and as an artwork that evokes a tropical aesthetic, the work above (Salty Skin Bannerama) is a perfect example.

The Banner Project

It appears that the anonymous artist behind The Banner Project has only created two banners so far. It is hoped, however, that this collection is just the beginning given that it was released less than two weeks ago.

The artist’s surreal banner art pieces combine different elements in a collage style creating an out-of-this-world creation. Check out The Banner Project for a mind-bending banner NFT and keep an eye out for future NFTs.

Banner NFTs by Laxraven

The majority of banner NFTs exist on the Ethereum blockchain, even though there aren’t many. The NFTs on the Tezos blockchain are an excellent example of this. There are a couple of other chains as well.

Laxraven created these NFTs, an architect and illustrator based in Copenhagen. While Luxraven’s digital art is not specifically designed as a PFB for social media, many of his pieces work well as Twitter banners.


888Whales is a Twitter profile banner specially designed for NFT. There are 888 NFTs in this collection. In the end, we have a unique collection of dolphins swimming against a mathematically generated background. Tyler Hobbs’s Fidenza collection is the direct inspiration for 88Whales’s style.

MoonBoy NFT banner from the ShadowMoon Collection

Digital artist JD Moon created the MoonBoy banner NFTs. NFT banners are all one-of-a-kind pieces. The ShadowMoon Collection also includes ShadowMoon PFPs, bringing you more ShadowMoon goodies.

A silhouette of MoonBoy appears on these banner NFTs, accompanied by moody nighttime cityscapes. A MoonBoy NFT might be your next Twitter banner if you like a gritty, low-fi aesthetic.

Ethereal States

In an easy-to-use Twitter banner format, Ethereal States collects 7,000 NFTs as a generative collection. A mint will be released during the week of June 20th, created by the artist Genuine Human. Five hundred unique pixel art assets were used to create these vivid banners.

Thinitos: Banner NFTs + PFPs

Featuring cartoon artwork based on Greek/Roman mythology, Thinitos is another upcoming collection. In this case, holders will get both a PFP and a PFB as part of this project.

This project is being branded under the Thinitos NFT PFP-B standard. Profile Picture & Banner, as you might guess. This is the first time a project will provide a complete set of NFTs, and Thinitos claims to be the first to do so.

PunkScapes, an NFT banner homage to CryptoPunks

The last project defines PFBs. As soon as PunkScapes was established in September 2021, it observed the imbalance between banners and PFPs, and decided to act.

NFTs with banner-ready images total 10K. Furthermore, these NFTs are interactive and may be used as a banner on Twitter, Discord, or OpenSea. PunkScapes’ website and OpenSea’s marketplace both show off the pixelated cityscapes.

There is always a rise and fall in interest in non-PFP NFTs. These Twitter-friendly artworks might be worth a look, even though banner NFTs aren’t completely mainstream.

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