The History of Rap Music Print

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An eye-catching hand-drawn design which illustrates the evolution of hip-hop and rap music through the golden era of the 80’s and 90’s and beyond.

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An eye-catching hand-drawn design which illustrates the evolution of hip-hop and rap music through the golden era of the 80’s and 90’s and beyond.

The History of Rap Music Print

This History of Rap Music print is a must-have for any fan of rap or hip-hop music. The print would make a perfect gift. It would surely take pride of place in the home of a hip hop music fan.

The artist has cleverly used both imagery and text to take the viewer on an enthralling journey through the development of the rap scene. The print features nods towards many American rap artists including Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., Grandmaster Flash, Snoop Dogg, and Eric B & Rakim.

The giclée print is supplied unframed and is printed onto textured, gallery quality 100% acid-free 285gsm etching paper. The print is of the highest quality and due to the quality materials used the print will not fade over time.

The print is available in different colour and also in two sizes:

A4 unframed print : 21cm x 29.7cm / 8.27 x 11.69 Inches
A3 unframed print : 29.7cm x 42cm / 11.69 x 16.53 Inches

The item will be dispatched within 3 working days and is delivered in a protective board-backed envelope or postage tube.

Framing

We can now offer our prints framed in either solid black or whitewashed wooden frames. The frames we use are made from solid wood that is sourced from a sustainable forest. The A4 frame feature a stand and hanging fixings. The A3 frames features a hang fixture on the back of the frame. We package the frames in recycled and environmentally friendly packaging.

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Print Size

A4 Print 210 x 297mm, A3 Print 297 x 420mm

Print Colour

Black Image / White Background, White Image / Grey Background

Framed/Unframed

Black A3 Frame, Black A4 Frame, Unframed, White A3 Frame, White A4 Frame

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