Jay-Z Album Artist Jonathan Mannion Helped to Create a Series of Tribute Pins

By: Riley von Niessen - Jul 12, 2016
References: pintrill & hypebeast
'PINTRILL' -- a Brooklyn-based lifestyle brand joined forced with director and photographer Jonathan Mannion for a series of pop-culture pins that pay tribute to 'Reasonable Doubt' -- the 1996 Jay-Z album.

The collection was made as a means to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the rapper's album. As Jonathan Mannion was the photographer employed to design the cover art for the album, PINTRILL's collaboration with the creative ensures that each is crafted to perfection. The collection includes three different pins which are titled 'Mannion Reasonable Doubt,' 'Mannion Prayer Hands' and 'Mannion Pistol Pin.'

The 1996 studio album went platinum and topped the charts for weeks -- marking the beginnings of Jay-Z's legendary career and making him a hip-hop staple. The pins that celebrate him are available individually or as a pack of three.