'THE HOME OF STREET ART'
STREET SOUNDS ART is dedicated to street art, graffiti and urban art, we are committed to be the prime street art destination for artists, art lovers and collectors. Street Sounds Art is born out of our love for street music, art & culture since 1982.
We have full exclusivity with a number of artists that we represent and various art works.
Why choose Street Sounds Art? Because Street Sounds has over 36 years of unparalleled history; the Street Sounds brand has become highly recognisable and epitomises excellence and quality.
As well as selling art prints and originals, Street Sounds Art will feature an exclusive range of T-shirts and hoodies.
We have already secured the works of several exceptional artists and are proud to represent Lord Akeem.
Born in 1976 near Bordeaux, of Tunisian descent, now native of Bordeaux, Lord Akeem began drawing at the age of three. The journey from Foued Ben Mansour to Lord Akeem has been of sacrifice, dedication, and his love of art. Absorbed in the universe of American comics, advocate of various schools of paintings and the currents of black American music; Hip Hop, Soul, R'n'B & Funk.
Artist: LORD AKEEM
Inspired by the 'Gods of Rap' tour, Lord Akeem has created this artwork as a homage to some of the greatest Hip Hop immortals.
2019 - LIMITED EDITION T-shirt.
Exclusive to Street Sounds Art.
Colour: White / Black-SOLD OUT
Sizes: Medium (M), Large (L), Extra Large (XL), Double Extra Large (2XL) & Triple Extra Large (3XL). See size chart below.
High quality, Gildan Ultra Cotton 100% ringspun cotton. The fabric has been preshrunk to ensure reduced shrinkage.
Full Chest Width:
M: 38-40 (96.5-101.5)
L: 42-44 (106.5-111.5)
XL: 46-48 (117-122)
2XL: 50-52 (127-132)
3XL: 54-56 (137-142)
SPECIAL PRICE: £19.80 (+£3.50 P&P)
*Please note: The price after gallery launch discount will increase to £22.00 (+£3.50 P&P). Your GODS OF RAP T-shirt will be dispatched within 10 days of purchase.
2019 - LIMITED EDITION Art Print. ONLY 100 Giclee prints, individually numbered will ever be made.
Exclusive to Street Sounds Art.
Print Size: 42cm x 59.4cm (A2).
Printing process: Giclee. Printed using pigment inks.
Paper: Hahnemuhle • German Etching (textured) 310gsm. Museum archival quality.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE: £49
(Print excludes frame)
*Please note: The price after the special gallery launch discount will increase to £65.50 (+£7.50 P&P)
The GODS OF RAP limited edition print is printed in London, using the finest Hahnemuhle German Etching, museum archival quality art paper and with meticulous attention to detail.
Your GODS OF RAP Limited Edition Art Print will be dispatched within 10 days of purchase. To ensure that your print arrives to you in perfect condition, we carefully & lovingly roll your print and send it in art tubes.
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Created 11th April 2009, our Facebook Page & Group are 10 years old today. What an awesome year lies ahead for us! A TV Documentary has been in the making for over 6 months, new albums, a Street Sounds ‘event’ to please all Hip Hop heads, the launch of ‘Street Sounds Art’, a new portal for the best of street art and so much more, did I mention the musical? Thank you to all the Street Sounds family for your support from the beginning (1982), through the years and in the social media age. Also, I would like to give my respect & love to the many new members who have joined our group. JOIN THE STREET SOUNDS FACEBOOK GROUP & BE PART OF THE STREET SOUNDS FAMILY.
We would love to hear from you. Do you want your art represented on Street Sounds Art? You can contact us by submitting the form below. Fields marked with an * are required.
Alternatively, you can email us.
Street Sounds was conceived from the need to expose and make available the latest, most upfront music from the streets of America to UK and European audiences. The concept was born from Morgan Khan's love of music as a fan and from his own frustration of not being able to get hold of certain tracks because they were either US imports, that cost...