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Ice Cold. Art Edition No. 101–200. Tomo Brejc: ‘A$AP Rocky’

Ice Cold. Art Edition No. 101–200. Tomo Brejc: ‘A$AP Rocky’

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By Vikki Tobak

Limited Art Edition (No. 101–200), with the print A$AP Rocky, New York, 2019, numbered and signed by photographer Tomo Brejc

Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry History presents the bling culture of rappers and their jewelry. Through 40 years of iconic imagery and compelling stories, this visual history shines a light on the world of hip-hop, where mega stars from Run-DMC to Tupac and Jay-Z to Migos and Cardi B flash brilliant custom pieces to show status and personal style.

Whether it’s diamond-encrusted grills, oversized “truck” style chains, bust-down Rolex and Patek Philippe watches, or a Tiffany necklace, jewelry is a cornerstone of hip-hop culture. Glittering, blinged-out jewels are the shining statement of a collective identity: unapologetic, charismatic, and street savvy.

Spanning the history of hip-hop jewelry, from the 1980s to today, Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry History is a stunning compilation of storytelling and visuals. Hundreds of extraordinary images of every major hip-hop artist on record celebrate how “ice” has become a proclamation of identity and self-expression.

Starting with Run-DMC’s gold Adidas pendants and Eric B. & Rakim’s ostentatious dookie rope chains and Mercedes medallions, the jewelry then transforms from street style into a booming design culture. The hip-hop tradition of “show up and show out” reaches new heights with artists like Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, Gucci Mane, and Cardi B, whose over-the-top pieces integrate unique pop culture references, unconventional materials, and enduring collaborations with artists like Takashi Murakami.

Edition of 100

Signed by Tomo Brejc

Color inkjet print on archival paper: 16"W 20"H

Hardcover volume in a slipcase

9.8"W 13.4"H

388 pages

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