Longtime Lab homie, Kevin Lyons, and one of our favorite brands, HUF, teamed up for these special edition decks that commemorate famous skate spots in SF and NY.
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Dilla dog forever immortalized as a vinyl figure, sure we have plenty of albums to listen to until the end of our days, but for cmon… it’s DILLA.
This latest edition comes as a special one time production featuring Dilla dressed in his gear from the cover of his CLASSIC Donuts album with MPC in hand, Detroit fitted, and chain.
Been Busy – The Art & Graphic Design of Mike Davis
Our longtime lab homie Mike Davis aka Mike 2600 has published his first book! Been Busy covers 12+ years of creative work from the former Graffiti head turned upstanding citizen, designer, print maker, DJ, husband, jerky maker, and just all around bad ass.
The book is 7×7 with 104 full color photos and printed on 100 lb. matte paper and is signed and numbered by the man himself… or a clever intern with nice hands.
The longtime Lab homie and one of the country’s best DJs, DJ Ross One, has released a THE book for rap connoisseurs. Rap Tees collects over 500 rap related t-shirts from the most golden of times 1980-99. As you can see from the photos above it is curated and organized extremely well covering all of your favorites and not so favorites. Rep your set and buy two copies.
DJ Ross One Rap Tees – A Collection of Hip-Hop T-Shirts 1980-1999 Book is now available at Turntable Lab.
Barry McGee For Huf Cruiser
HUF x Barry Mcgee Cruiser Board now available at Turntable Lab. Classic character illustration from the famed SF based artist printed in red on a natural deck.
9″ x 31″
Limited edition Mike Tyson Mysteries figure made exclusively for Entertainment Earth Convention that comes with fabric boxing gloves. Now available at Turntable Lab.
Beats To The Rhyme A Collection Of Instrumental Hip-Hop Records Book
For the rap(less) heads out there, author Al Patterson put this book together for the beat fanatics. With long out of print, never officially released to the public, and rarest of the rare performance records, this book covers some records you will more than likely never hear but gives a great look into the other side of Hip Hop that often gets overlooked. 112 pages, Hardcover. 350 color illustrations, includes a mix-tape.
Beats To The Rhyme: A Collection Of Instrumental Hip Hop Records is now available at Turntable Lab.