Greece-based artist Elena Kazi has created two distinctive BMBOX S.E. artwork toys for Sotheby’s The Artwork and Affect of Hip Hop public sale. Restricted to at least one piece every, The Chief BMBOX S.E. and the Tribe BMBOX S.E are the rarest of Kazi’s BMBOX miniatures which condense the fun of blasting hip hop classics on an enormous boombox into 3.7″ handpainted artwork toys with functioning cassette doorways for the included mini cassettes.
Impressed by Eric B. and Rakim’s basic Observe the Chief album (1988), the The Chief BMBOX S.E. ups the posh quotient of the unique black and gold BMBOX version (7 items) with the additions of a 23.75k gold leaf mini cassette and mini gold-plated rope chain. It’s up for public sale now at Sotheby’s till Wednesday (3.30) at 9:52 AM PDT.
Kazi’s Tribe BMBOX S.E goes a step past as its a 1/1 alternate colorway of her Tribe BMBOX impressed by A Tribe Known as Quest’s The Low Finish Concept album (1991). The particular version switches the primary coloration from purple to black, for a sleeker, extra streamlined vibe. This one is obtainable as a part of the The Native Tongues BMBOX Trio lot which additionally contains The Queen BMBOX (#3/10) impressed by Queen Latifah’s All Hail The Queen album (1989) and the De La BMBOX (#11/15) impressed by De La Soul’s 3 Ft Excessive and Rising album (1989). The lot of three is out there by way of public sale from Sothebys till Wednesday (3.30) at 9:53 AM PDT.