Featuring hand-drawn, exclusive artwork from renowned French illustrator Yoann Houlbert, All Gone: The Finest of Street Culture 2017 provides an intensely-visual, vibrant exploration of hip-hop as a cultural force and its star-artists’ rises to fame and fortune. For the cover and art, Dupouy and his team reference the Pen & Pixels style, 90s southern rap covers, New York City’s Golden Age, Kurtis Blow’s impact, the Cash Money movement, NYC artist Luis Gispert and more. “All Gone’s 2017 new cover is an ode to “Bling-culture” and hip hop jewelry. It pays an extended homage to gold chains, gold pendants, and diamonds,” Dupouy shares. “The new All Gone 2017 cover is all about the streets, about getting rich from the hustle, about opulence, about shining!”
You can take a look at the All Gone: The Finest of Street Culture 2017 cover-art above, while the book itself will arrive on Saturday, January 20. To pre-order your own copy and learn more, head on over to Club 75’s website. Last year, CLOT launched an exclusive All Gone capsule.