Modern purveyors of '90s bootleg t-shirt aesthetic, Coke Magic, just dropped their latest round of gems: a sartorial homage to the motley crew that includes Allen Iverson, the Bay Area legend The Jacka and, most notably Harlem legend Max B.
The wavy t-shirt, which finds the incarcerated rapper sitting pretty on a $100 bill, was inspired by another Uptown legend, the late A$AP Yams. On the shirt's product page, Coke Magic's mysterious designers gave a heartfelt breakdown of the design process.
"This shirt was the idea of the late great A$AP Yams. After many phone conversations and a hilarious meeting, our plan was to release this as the first in a series of collaborations curated by him. Our other intention was to shine light to his boy Charly Wingate aka Max B Biggavel, currently serving an unnecessary and undeservingly long sentence. The proceeds of this shirt will go towards Max B's commissary and legal defense. Rest in Peace Stevie "A$AP Yams" Rodriguez"
Shop Coke Magic's amazing stock here, and reminisce on the time The FADER paid a visit to Max B's hood palace in this vintage episode of At Home With.