Most rap fans growing up love to hang posters of their favorite rappers on their bedroom walls. Well, one creative designer took it to the next level and is hanging posters up on the Internet.

Zaven Najjar is a 26-year-old illustrator-in-training who has come up with a fantastic Tumblr blog, which celebrates his favorite rap artists and songs through poster-like images.

From Wu-Tang Clan's classic song 'Protect Ya Neck' (see above) to Cypress Hill's 'Insane in the Brain,' to MC Solaar's 'Caroline,' his collection of rap posters features tunes from several different artists.

Although the blog is only two months old, it's been racking up hundreds of followers and his posters are getting major re-blogging status.

So here below are our 10 Favorite Rap Poster Illustrations.

  • 10

    Lil Wayne

    'Lollipop' (2008)

    Tunechi reveals how many licks it takes to get to her lollipop.

  • 9

    Grandmaster Flash

    'The White Lines' (1983)

    "Don't do it!" A classic poster for a classic song.

  • 8

    Run-DMC

    'My Adidas' (1986)

    The Kings of Rock gets immortalized with this colorful poster.

  • 7

    Public Enemy

    'Fight the Power' (1989)
  • 6

    Tupac Shakur

    'All Eyes On Me' (1996)
  • 5

    Ol' Dirty Bastard

    'Brooklyn Zoo' (1995)

    "Wu-Tang is for the children." R.I.P. Ason Unique.

  • 4

    Lupe Fiasco

    'Superstar' (2007)

    Everybody wants to be a star.

  • 3

    N.W.A.

    'F--- da Police' (1988)

    N.W.A's controversial song has a deeper meaning in light of recent events. #Justice4Trayvon

  • 2

    Notorious B.I.G.

    'Juicy' (1994)

    We will always love Big Poppa.

  • 1

    Jay-Z

    'Hard Knock Life' (1998)