Sock it to Me

MISSY ELLIOTT & LIL’ KIM

NEW YORK, NY

1997

“I took the subway from Manhattan to the set of the music video, Sock it to Me, in Long Island City. Walking onto the set, I was surprised to see Missy Elliot, Lil’ Kim and Da Bratt dressed like Anime characters. This was a new concept for a rap video and only something Missy Elliott could pull off. Complemented by Kim and Bratt, Missy and the ladies were having fun shooting this video.”

FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

Photo is printed on Epson Luster paper, creating beautiful, archival, exhibition quality prints with superior tonal range, durability, and resistance to fading. You will also receive a certificate of authenticity signed by the photographer with the number of your edition. 

SIGNED, NUMBERED, FRAMED

This catalogue listing includes premium framing of the Image. The standard selection delivers a 2-inch matte and choice of black or white 2-inch Italian wood frame. For framing customizations and unframed prints, please contact us directly using the form below.

Pricing

SMALL

20″ x 30″

$2400*

6 of 6 available

MEDIUM

27″ x 40″

$3600*

4 of 5 available

LARGE

40″ x 60″

$6800*

4 of 4 available

*PRICE INCLUDES PREMIUM FRAMING: ITALIAN WOOD + PLEXIGLASS (BLACK & WHITE OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

FOR CUSTOM FRAMING OR UNFRAMED ARCHIVAL PRINTS, PLEASE CONTACT US TO COORDINATE

Purchase Inquiries

Archival prints are limited release & made to order. For International Orders and Premium Framing, please indicate shipping address and choice of black or white frame in the message content. We will reach out directly to complete your purchase.

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tdoteric@gmail.com

Broadened Exposure

Broadened Exposure presents intimate moments in music history, captured through the lens of T. Eric Monroe. The visual stories expressed in this collection represent a fresh and unseen perspective of cultural icons from the 90’s Hiphop Community, at a time before the Internet, social media, and digital photography. This historic vault of iconic photos is being shared with the public after being hidden decades, offering a rare glimpse into the unseen moments of a musical revolution. 


For the Culture

Remembering A Golden Era of Musical Revolution

ICONIC MOMENTS OF 90’S HIPHOP

ARCHIVAL PRINT PHOTOGRAPHY

VIRTUAL GALLERY