If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on the ultra-rare Wu-Tang Clan photo book, you’re going to want to have your whole clan on hand to help you get it into your living room.
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Wu-Tang Clan: Legacy is the latest project from the group and if you’re able to grab a copy of it, congrats, because there’s only 36 editions in existence.
“From conception to the present day, this is the story of the undisputed greatest hip-hop group of all time being unveiled through rare and never before seen photos,” John “Mook” Gibbons, CEO of Wu-Tang Clan Management, said in a statement on the book’s website.
Each edition of the book is signed, dated, and numbered with certificates of authenticity provided. The large format book is 21” x 21” and features over 300 color pages of rare and unseen images of the band as well as friends and family of the Wu-Tang Clan.
The book itself comes inside a bronze-encrusted black steel chamber that weighs a whopping 400 lbs. “400 lbs of steel and bronze each individually designed by the sculptor Gethin Jones (protégé of Antony Gormley). Inspired by the ancient past and the bronze ritual bowls of the Zhou Dynasty whose first ruler was King Wu-Wang, the chambers consist of Spun Mild Steel bowls while the raised ridges, base and logo are furnished in solid brushed brass,” a description on the website states.
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