Frank151 and Hall of Fame's New Collaboration Includes Graphics Inspired by '90s Southern Rap Albums

Frank151 and Hall of Fame's New Collaboration Includes Graphics Inspired by '90s Southern Rap AlbumsImages via Frank151

Frank151 is celebrating the releases of its latest chapters by linking up with Cali’s Hall of Fame on a collection of T-shirts. You better be prepared to take a trip down memory lane because the designs take from two different eras inspired by the themes of each issue.

The Chapter 53: Diamond Life issue covers Nick Tershay and his Diamond Supply Co. brand. For this issue, it’s only right to put out an over-the-top graphic inspired by the bling bling era. The tee brings back memories of the horribly awesome Pen and Pixel album covers from the '90s. You get a tee that has Patrick Ewing, Diamond Dallas Page, a Doberman, and a ridiculous blinged-out font all rolled into one.

The second is the Frank151 x A$AP MOB: Harlem Edition, a little tamer than the first. Inspired by Harlem, of course, it puts Nicky Barnes and Sugar Ray Robinson, two iconic uptown figures, up against each other in a old school boxing-style poster. This is one maybe you and your granddad can relate to more.

Both T-shirts are available now, and two colors are available for each. Visit the Frank151 website to purchase. 

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