Steven Harrington Connects with Madlib & Freddie Gibbs on Exclusive 'Quasimoto' Sculpture

To commemorate MADGIBBS’ recent album.

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Steven Harrington joins forces with Madlib and Freddie Gibbs of hip-hop duo MADGIBBS to create a special edition art figure. Taking inspiration from Madlib’s Quasimoto character, the sculpture features a number of interchangeable props including Freddie Gibbs’ Zebra mask, sunglasses, and a chain. Harrington worked with Madlib, Keep Cool Records and Jeff Jank (the creator of Quasimoto) to produce the figure that commemorates the MADGIBB’s recent album, Bandana.

The sculpture will arrive in an edition of 400 with each piece priced at $325 USD. Expect an official launch on MusicGlue.com this December 10 at 9 a.m. PST.

For more collectibles, check out Futura’s exclusive FL-001 sculpture for Dover Street Market London.

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