Pound The Pavement
By Josh McPhee
In this issue of Pound the Pavement, 80 logos and icons from hip hop’s “golden age” of the 1980s and 90s have been collected, with a focus on the development of visual themes of social engagement. The zine traces the often contradictory and overlapping imagery of Black Power, Afrocentrism, peace and love, street hustling, and organized crime. The imagery is accompanied by an extensive introduction as well as notes and research about the acts/labels/designers.
3-color risograph printed publication
48 pages, saddle-stitched