Certified Dope got you stuck in back-to-school clothing mode even though you’re damn near 35? Or maybe you’re just looking to get a head start on your holiday shopping. One way or another, the good folks at Good Road Goods have got you covered. Their officially licensed, fashion-fit tees celebrate the art of iconagraphy, capturing era-defining moments through classic photos like Linn Stevens’ portrait of Schoolly D and DJ Code Money, which some might remember from the back cover of Saturday Night! – The Album. To mark the occasion of this latest release, Good Road sat down with Schoolly himself to ask a few questions about the specifics of this 1986 West Philly photoshoot.
Not quite that old school? Then check out the B+ Los Angeles 1996 shirt featuring Method Man rocking a riotous West Coast crowd up close and personal. Brought to us by Brian Coleman, author of “Rakim Told Me: Hip-Hop Facts Straight From the Original Artists,” each of these post-streetwear garments will run you $28, but it goes to a good cause, namely Face to Face Germantown (for the Schoolly shirt) or the Ciné Institute (for the Meth).
For a closer look at the entire collection, visit GoodRoadGoods.com.