Ice Cube Reveals Artwork for AIDS Charity

Ice Cube Reveals Artwork for AIDS Charity

The rap legend does his part to help communities in need.

Published June 22, 2011

Ice Cube revealed the artwork for his charity collaboration with RareInk today, including pieces inspired by the West Coast icon's music catalog, to help in his ongoing fight against AIDS. Each piece of art was signed by Ice Cube himself, and proceeds from their sale will go to the Minority AIDS Project.

Some artists who participated in the Cube collection include MiQ Willmott (TWEEQIM), Kerry Laster (Phantom Kay), Mark Sgarbossa, Grzegorz Demoradzki (Gabz), Leon Bedore (Tes One) and the photographer Patrick Hoelck. The pieces, which include reinterpretations of classic Ice Cube album covers, a photo portrait of Cube and more, range in price from $300 to $700. You can find out more about the art at

The Minority AIDS Project has provided HIV support services to residents of Los Angeles County since 1985.

Written by Reggie Ugwu


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