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WU-SCIPLES 01.27.2012
What better way to celebrate Wu-Tang’s 20 year anniversary than with the release of Wu-Sciples, a ten color print celebrating one of the rawest groups in music. This print has been a long time in the making for us at Two Rabbits. When we had the idea we knew only one person could illustrate it right, Adam Hathorn aka Honkey Kong. We were already major fans of Adams work. He has illustrated jobs for us, been a great host when we were in San Diego and he is one of the best tattoo artist we know. Adam is also Wu obsessed, like us. With that said here is Adam in his own words…
“So far as my memory takes me, my introduction to Wu Tang was when 36 chambers was released in 93. I had to wikipedia that, my memory is not that good. My friend Strobe Beats played me “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta Fuck Wit” on a walk man, or some shit, in the cafeteria. The beat made me wanna punch people, much like the hard core and punk rock music that I was listening to at the time. I immediately got a copy, and it was on constant rotation. That was what got me back into hip hop music. Previously I was listening to alot of Public Enemy and alot of the native tongue stuff, Tribe Called Quest, LONS, De La etc. After that hip hop was getting boring. I was young and turned to hard core music, especially in Boston where it thrived at that time. When Wu came with that raw sound with production that was stripped down and unpolished, it was an easy step back in. Wu Tang has been a huge part of music in my life since. I’m sure there’s been few days since that have passed without me hearing Wu in some form. I tattoo all day, or draw all day, so there’s some form of music always playing, and there’s plenty on shuffle.
I was lucky enough to be asked by the guys at Two Rabbits Studios to create the “Wu-sciples” print. Their idea was solid out ofthe gate. Wu Tang last supper with Big Baby Jesus front and center. I said sign me up. The illustration took a bit to do since they’re artist deep, but nonetheless a fun project. Thanks for choosing me to do this print, see you Saturday for the show….. Wu Tang is FOREVER!” -Adam Hathorn
Edition size 200
100c Old Green Speckltone by French Paper
10 Colors (white, silver, light brown, medium brown, dark brown, dark red, gold, yellow, orange, black)

The print is going on sale Monday January 30th at noon PST.

Click here to see process photos…

Watch out for Kid Robot!!!  Blowing up in 2012

Shout outs to Bossman, Snow and Demer for holding it down in Jersey!!!!

Today our package of BNE Stickers arrived!!  Check out the site below and buy some stickers!! All proceeds go to a good cause!!!

Brewvies Cinema Pub

677 South 200 West

Salt Lake City, UT

A good friend of mine, had to clear a 300 ft land slide

the other day!!!!!  The only way to get the dozer

out there was  by the train!!!!

San Diego, CA- Hidden in the graffiti covered streets of San Diego lays a 10,000 square foot legal graffiti art park; the first in the nation. With wall after wall covered with graffiti from the most amateur taggers to well known world famous graffiti artists; Writerz Blok is open to the public and welcomes kids and adults of all ages to its location at 5010 Market Street.


Writerz Blok not only offers graffiti artists a place to legally practice their art; they  also offer graphic design & printing, workshops & classes, and youth community service programs.

Article by James Freeman


Check out this article below and read all the ignorant comments about this tragedy!!!!   It just proves  how many people are so naive and quick to judge something they have no idea about…. It seems to me that artists are more down to earth and are better for society then these people on this blog….   They are acting like death is ok, just because some one decided to express them self on state property,  no less a fucking under ground tunnel……..