Valley Girls, a collection of serial 1/1s, is an exploration of the Uncanny Valley through AI-generated portraits. The Valley is a reference to the Uncanny Valley, a term used to describe the phenomenon where something that is almost, but not quite, human-like in appearance or behavior can cause a feeling of unease or revulsion in people. This concept was first proposed by Japanese roboticist Masahiro Mori in 1970. It is often used to describe the potential negative reactions to highly realistic humanoid robots or digital avatars that are close to, but not quite, human-like. In an attempt to bridge art and NFTs, the portraits feature traits based on popular collections from across the Web3 universe. These traits dissolve into the portraits and will be instantly recognizable to those in the know.