Ice Cold. A Hip-Hop Jewelry History  /  $100

Merriam-Webster added the term "bling-bling" to its dictionary in 2006, but the term — and hip-hop's association with fine jewelry — dates back far longer. From Run-DMC's gold Adidas pendants of the '80s to the adornments of modern-day artists, Ice Cold. A Hip-Hop Jewelry History examines the relationship between hip-hop culture and eye-catching accessories. Spread across its pages are hundreds of full-color images of influential artists and their jewelry, making it ideal for casual flip-throughs. Those are joined by text from author Vikki Tobak discussing the impact of jewelers-to-the-stars like Tito Caicedo of Manny's, Jacob the Jeweler, and Ben Baller, essays from A$AP Ferg, LL Cool J, and others, as well as a foreword by Slick Rick.

9.8" x 13.4" / 388 pages / 6.29 lbs

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