Madina Design: “Most Of My Heroes Don’t Appear On No Stamp”

Madina_stampsThis post is long overdue, but back at the tail end of the summer the good people at Madina sent me over a tee and some bits and pieces from this great design series which, taking a cue from Chuck D’s famous lyric “Most of my heroes don’t appear on no stamp”, places the heroes of hip hop’s golden era on a collection of monochrome postage stamp designs. The original design (shown above) is available on a limited edition A2 poster print or t-shirt (see below). I’m lead to believe a further series of tees featuring individual stamp designs are on their way too…

goldenera_hiphop_tshirtYou can purchase Madina products here. And not being one to pass up on a chance to sell my own wares, if you’re in the mood for golden era memorabilia and t-shirts, we have a limited number of Classic Material season one tees remaining in our sale for just £10 each. Visit the Classic Material store to shop here.


About musicofsubstance

A collector of hip hop, funk, soul, boogie and related beats and jazz based music since the late eighties. Came to prominence as a club DJ through involvement in Substance (one of the UK's largest and longest running hip hop and funk nights) and a 2 year spell as mix DJ on BBC Radio 1Xtra. In recent years a steady output of high profile mix albums has allowed me to DJ worldwide. Currently compiling a series of mix albums for the BBE label and producing an album for BBC New Urban Music Bursary award winning 7 piece jazz / soul outfit 'Maylight'.
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