Sage Francis "Personal Journals" ACTION FIGURE
Created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sage's classic debut album "Personal Journals," this little gray monster stands tall as a tribute to the conflicted rookie who survived his pressure-cooker quarter-life crisis and lived long enough to lighten up.
ORDERS FOR THIS PRODUCT PAGE WILL RECEIVE:
1 x collectible Sage Francis "Personal Journals" Figure
- approximately 4 inches tall
- sculpt based on the original album cover, made from resin
- each figure is hand painted in acrylics
- backing card is printed on heavyweight stock in classic 6x9-inch format with a vintage 'Star Wars'-style reproduction bubble and hanger hole
- autographed by Sage Francis.
Created by the incredible Peter Clark of Delicious Again Peter.
LIMITED EDITION OF 80 TOTAL FIGURES:
40 available in the Strange Famous US Store
10 'scratch-n-dent' versions available in the SFR US Store here
30 available in Scroobius Pip's Speech Development Records UK/EU store here
PLEASE NOTE: This item is not eligible for any existing coupon codes. Any orders using a discount code on this item will be canceled. Limit one figure per customer.
2002. Emerging indie-rap hero Sage Francis drops his proper solo debut album, the now-classic Personal Journals. On the cover, the champion rhymer looms as a monster with dead eyes, a captive with a clenched mouth and a burning desire to connect. When you pressed play, Sage ripped open that door, let loose his sundry alter egos, and broke out of his Rhode Island basement. Now on an ominous mission, the rhymer roamed from coast to coast, collecting shadow people, consuming their complicated internal junk, and mixing it all into his fuming mind funk. Then the emcee spat an introspective saga of broken wings, inherited scars, dirty souls, cracked pipes — and growing, glowing hope. Transformed by this dark art, the nebulous Strange Famous artist tore out his black heart, served it to the world, and made room for a new, better one. And an underground icon was born. This little gray monster stands tall as a tribute to the conflicted rookie who survived this pressure-cooker quarter-life crisis and lived long enough to lighten up. - D.X. Ferris