To celebrate the 16th anniversary of Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP, he's selling bricks from his childhood home. You might remember a few years back when the Land Bank put his NE Detroit childhood home up for auction, then it burned down a couple months later.
700 bricks were saved and you can own a piece of music history for the low, low price of $313 (right?).
Some proceeds will go back to Detroit in the form of the Marshall Mathers Foundation.
Here's the deal:
"Own your piece of history with an authentic brick from the remains of Eminem’s childhood home that was featured on The Marshall Mathers LP, and its sequel. Each of the 700 bricks comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity featuring Eminem’s handwritten signature, and a plexiglass enclosure that features a commemorative plaque on the side. All of the one of a kind bricks come in a sleek black packaging with custom artwork and a description of the project.
To celebrate the anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP, we’re including a cassette re-release of the iconic album featuring a 3-D motion printed cover."
But wait! You can't get enough of Eminem? You can also own a building with a giant cow head that was featured in 8 Mile for $89,000!
- Authentic Brick x MMLP Cassette
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- Own the Landmark Dairy Building from 8 Mile for $89K [Curbed Detroit]