The Illustrated Origin of Public Enemy

On this Memorial Day, Long Island Rap Blog continues to honor hip-hop's first militant rap group, Public Enemy. Here, we get a few different perspectives on the PE collective's origins, as illustrated by the brilliant Ed Piskor. The pages above come from his Hip Hop Family Tree graphic novels, which are collected in print form by Fantagraphics and online through Boing Boing. Salute!


Pmx666 said...

Major weight for the Archives!!!!

$bin♦ said...

Bro, if u dug this, just wait. I just recently found the craziest Spectrum shit.

Anonymous said...

Hey Man Working on an event. How can we get in contact with the artist or you guys personally.

Thank you


$bin♦ said...

Hi Harley,

If by "the artist or you guys" you mean Public Enemy, I have no direct connection with them. If you're looking for more information on Long Island Rap Records, email longislandrapblog@gmail.com.

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