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Cop yourself an iconic print of Biggie Smalls checking cheddar in his rainbow Coogi sweater.
Printed on high quality 250gsm smooth art paper for the premium long lasting finish, intended to make your wall pop!
Want your Notorious B.I.G print framed?
Sure, a regular old Biggie poster is alright, but a framed print is the way to go if you fancy pimping out your bedroom, lounge or hallway.
Available frame sizes:
Our iconic illustrations are currently available framed in sizes A4, A3 or A2.
Our minimal wall art frames are 20mm depth with a smooth black wooden effect. Finished with an acrylic perspex window and ready to hang straight on your wall.
A Brief History Of Notorious B.I.G.
More than twenty years since his untimely death back in 1997, Christopher ‘Biggie Smalls’ Wallace remains a giant of the rap game on all radars.
His unmistakable flow and big bones have been there since the start, hence the nickname ‘Big’ he picked up as a youngblood. Despite hustling on the side for most of his teens, the kid did pretty good with his studies and won awards as an English student at the same school as Busta Rhymes, DMX and Jay-Z.
There’s a show-and-tell we’d like to sit in on.
Fast forward a few years to the turn of the 90s and Biggie had gone full time with the hustle and could often be spotted hanging around block parties for a chance to get on the mic. You can find a few videos of him putting the Bed-Stuy elders to shame knocking around on YouTube. Prodigal stuff by all accounts.
After a fair few close shaves with the law, Wallace decided to drill down on his music and started recording demos under the name ‘Biggie Smalls’, a tribute to his favourite character in the 1975 film Let’s Do It Again. By the middle of 1992 he’d already been scouted out by Sean ‘Puff Daddy’ Combs and signed to Bad Boy Records.
Looking back, it was a brief verse on the remix of Mary J. Blige’s ‘Real Love’ that proved to be the turning point. His trademark flair, style and swagger as the Notorious B.I.G. was now on display for all to see, eventually blowing up beyond control on debut album Ready To Die the following September. These were the ‘Juicy’ days before that East-West feud was even on his mind.
Biggie and Tupac actually started off as close friends, often travelling together and crashing on each other’s sofas. That all changed with a robbery in 1995 that left Tupac with five gunshots to the chest and thousands of dollars out of pocket. Diss tracks were soon flying back and forth between Bad Boy and Death Row, and the stage was set for those famous final scenes. Neither Biggie or Tupac would make it out alive.
We take pride in packaging and shipping your art with the upmost care.
For framed prints, Mainland (U.K) Parcels are sent sent Royal Mail Tracked 48 so you should receive your order within 2 working days once dispatched.
For Canvas and t shirts, please allow 5 working days for production prior to dispatching with a further 2-3 working days for delivery.
Festive period - our last orders for Christmas delivery are the 19th of December. Please note production for canvas and t-shirts is closed until the 4th of January.
International Parcels are sent Royal Mail Tracked and Signed and take upto 7 days for arrival.