Your Memory's Museum
Your Memory's Museum

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the holy trinity of hip-hop is us!-hovanatti.
the87stickupkids:

alexanderrichterphoto:

Raekwon X Capone {CNN} X Sean Price © Unknown

the holy trinity of hip-hop is us!-hovanatti.

the87stickupkids:

alexanderrichterphoto:

Raekwon X Capone {CNN} X Sean Price © Unknown


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Art, Elevated: Henry Chalfant’s Archives (via @nytimesphoto)
As one of the foremost chroniclers of graffiti, Henry Chalfant photographed hundreds of subway cars covered with everything from murals to tiny tags. Now, he is releasing interactive books from his archives. [READ MORE]

Art, Elevated: Henry Chalfant’s Archives (via @nytimesphoto)

As one of the foremost chroniclers of graffiti, Henry Chalfant photographed hundreds of subway cars covered with everything from murals to tiny tags. Now, he is releasing interactive books from his archives. [READ MORE]

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Ernie Paniccioli, Chroniclerr of Hip-Hop; Public Enemy’s Private Photographer (via @nytimesphoto)

'Who needs paparazzi when you have Ernie Paniccioli? An imposing chronicler of the hip-hop scene from LL Cool J and Biggie Smalls to Queen Latifah and Lil’ Kim, Ernie has been especially close to Public Enemy, counting its members as collaborators, conspirators and counselors. It has been a good month for them: Public Enemy will be inducted tonight into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Ernie recently finished a conference at Cornell University, whose library acquired his vast photographic archive’. [Read More…]

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Check our the dope, new website from legendary Hip-Hop Photographer Jonathan Mannion.
http://jonathanmannion.com/ | http://jonathanmannion.tumblr.com/

Check our the dope, new website from legendary Hip-Hop Photographer Jonathan Mannion.

http://jonathanmannion.com/ | http://jonathanmannion.tumblr.com/

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From Aaliyah to Jay-Z: Captured moments in hip-hop history - [Ted Talk with Jonathan Mannion]

Jonathan Mannion once convinced rapper DMX to climb into a pool of blood — all in pursuit of the perfect photo. In this passionate TEDYouth talk, the photographer shares how fighting for the moments he needs to capture has helped him tell the stories of Biggie, Jay-Z, Aaliyah and other hip-hop great