1. Original Artwork From M.F. Doom's "Operation Doomsday" For Sale.

    KEODoomsday

    It's not every day you get a chance to own a piece of modern hip-hop art history. Today, however, could be your lucky day - or should we say, your lucky Doomsday? Artist/graf writer/designer/pioneering white rapper Blake "KEO" Lethem , a/k/a Lord Scotch , has announced that the above piece - a one of a kind created in 1999 for the Fondle 'Em CD jacket for M.F. Doom's classic debut - is up for sale.

    KEO (via Facebook):

    Original Artwork from MF DOOM "OPERATION: DOOMSDAY!" Album. 8 1/2" x 11" Pen and Marker on Acid Free Archival Paper. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY.

    Interested parties email: lordscotch@aol.com




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    • BSKED

      I know this is from back then, but there was no CD jacket for the original Fondle em release...

    • Dan

      Ha! Good point.

    • Lord Scotch 79

      Sure was... I created it (along with Bobbito Garcia and Will Sokolov) check out Fondle 'Em – FE-86 CD

    • quen van occupanther

      this is dope regardless

    • Lord Scotch 79

      Operation: Doomsday is the debut solo album by hip hop artist Daniel Dumile, under his MF DOOM alias, marking Dumile's return to the hip hop scene after KMD's demise. It was released as CD & 2/LP on Fondle 'Em Records in January 1999, and reissued by Sub Verse Records in 2001 with a slightly altered track listing.[

      Despite being reissued, the CD went out of print sometime between 2003 and 2004, quickly becoming an expensive collector's item, while the LP stayed in print for much longer.

    • BSKED

      It is extremely dope regardless..Respect due to Keo aka Lord Scotch...The Fondle em version I bought back in '99 at Fat Beats had the cover art and was blank on the otherside..Bought it on wax and CD that day, one of the greatest albums of all time

    • Daisy Mackeonis

      Has anyone seen the large MF Doom mural behind the Shoreditch Art Wall (in the courtyard)? It was painted for Adidas in 2013