Issue 01:


noah fell in love with bay area rap in the late eighties and knew he had to be a part of it, even if it meant skipping class whenever he got a “911” page. he hustled his artwork, made some new friends, and helped create some of hip-hop’s most iconic graphics, including the nastiest logo of all-time.

28 pages featuring noah’s story, with original drawings and designs from back in the day

have a look

415 copies total (first 40 signed)

numbered with hand stamped cover, polybagged with stickers

twenty dollars shipped (may 2022) in the U.S.


for bulk: suspendyourself

also available at

Printed Matter (NYC) Dale (Miami) Groove Merchant (SF), Eternal Now (Oakland), Home Rule (D.C.), Fenrick (NYC), DMB (Tokyo), Ergot Records (NYC), Ooga Booga (LA), Varyer (Chicago)