LIMIT THREE PER CUSTOMER
Hard cover, 200 pages.
Limited edition of 1750 copies.
Produced by La MJC
Choose which variant. All 3 covers are currently available:
(BORED) APES TOGETHER STRONG
PLANET OF THE (BORED) APES
APE SHALL NEVER KILL (BORED) APE
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In LaMJC's own words:
"I am proud and very enthusiastic to share with you the new All Gone, The finest of street culture 2021. This new book continues to witness the creative force and abnegation that defines our beloved culture and the gamut of its industry.
As it has always done, our culture has managed to extricate itself from the general morbidity and continued to progress by renewing itself and seeking creative solutions to preserve its originality. If shining has been the culture’s obsession since the beginning, that’s because it regularly supplies itself with the required means: innovation, nonconformity—the refusal to give up—and the passion of leaders who relish adversity instead of running from it. They know that’s where the truest stuff is born.
To illustrate this pivotal moment, I thought it would be appropriate to invite NFT owners to participate in the creation of the two new covers. Like many, I have been fascinated all year by the tremendous emergence of the Bored Ape Yacht Club community. For me, the Bored Apes are THE graphic symbol of 2021, and they will remain in the collective imagination for eternity, as a marker of this era.
Therefore, I would like to particularly thank the homie Todd Kramer for introducing me to MrLunch. I greatly appreciated Raphael Ysvy's quick commitment to the project, and I would like to salute Massine for facilitating my meeting with Midoustache. Without the precious help of these three collectors, these two covers could not have been created.
In the same vein, for 16 years now, All Gone has adapted and evolved in its level of selection and curation. Choosing has become a (very) complicated task. Deciding between projects that are unanimously accepted, those that strive for creativity, those that are lesser known but have much richer & more stimulating stories, those that now coexist in the real and virtual world…not really an easy task. We’ve soberly alluded to this paradox in 2020, and in 2021 it rings even stronger: while the world is going through a period of unprecedented chaos in the 21st century, All Gone has never had so many options to compose its pages.
It's a marathon, not a sprint, but she'll still win the race…
And We’re All Going To Make It. (#WAGMI)"