Tag: jonathan mannion
As part of Hennessy ‘s “Beyond The Covers” exhibit, the cognac makers pay tribute to photography extrordinaire Jonathan Mannion. Showcased are some never seen before photo takes from his iconic album covers and more.
Legendary photographer Jonathan Mannion, takes it back to ’98 and reflects on DMX’s blood bath. The shoot resulted in the cover of X’s second album, Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood.
[vodpod id=Video.16392740&w=540&h=350&fv=] To commemorate the Beastie Boys induction into the Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame, Mick Boogie is releasing his new mixtape, Grand Royal. For the project’s artwork, he reached out to legendary photographer Jonathan Mannion, to recreate the Beastie’s Paul’s Boutique cover. Here’s footage of how it all came together. Mixtape drops this Friday, April 20th.
Nipsey Hussle and legendary photographer Jonathan Mannion combined forces for a one-of-a-kind art piece. Pretty neat. A few months back, Mannion gave a dope interview on his craft with Lecia Portrait. See hip-hop through his eyes.
With DJ Clark Kent on the wheels, A$AP and crew performed last night at the AE District Miami for Hip-Hop photographer Jonathan Mannion’s Reebok Classic event. Above Brock Fetch catches the “Trilla“. iluvlola
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Jay-Z’s Blueprint, The Source pays homage with the cover dedicated to his groundbreaking album. The main feature was written by YN and hits newsstands on September 20th. “After his classic 1996 debut, Reasonable Doubt, ignited the streets, dazzled the critics, but didn’t move enough units, Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter scrapped his bad marketing plan for a one-album discography and decided to drop a new masterful work each and every year. He emerged center stage with a […]
[vodpod id=Video.14732012&w=540&h=350&fv=gig_lt%3D1312821156771%26amp%3Bgig_pt%3D1312821196362%26amp%3Bgig_g%3D2] You think we ballin’ cause we got a blog? Damn right we are. Here’s a look at the creation of Jizzle’s upcoming issue featuring Jonathan Mannion behind the camera. Issue on newsstands on August 23. the source