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‘Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp’: Kings and queens of hip-hop
12.15.2014
04:24 pm
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‘Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp’: Kings and queens of hip-hop

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Artist and designer Mark “Madina” Culmer produces lyrically inspired work from “The Golden Era Hip-Hop 1980s-1990s.” Taking The Public Enemy album/track “Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp” as his cue, Mark has created a print consisting of 42 postage stamps honoring the kings and queens of hip hop who:

...propelled the genre from humble beginnings in the block parties in New York to the global phenomenon we see today. So if you thought ‘most of my heroes don’t appear on no stamps’ a few words of advice ‘Don’t believe the hype’.

Based in Brighton, England, Madina’s designs are also available as T-shirts and hoodies, and the whole range of his work can be found here.
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The design is also available on a T-shirt.
 
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Chuck D.
 
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J Dilla.
 
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Rakim.
 
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The Notorious B.I.G.
 

Posted by Paul Gallagher
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12.15.2014
04:24 pm
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