Today marks the 16th anniversary of the release of Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP. It’s the album that spawned "The Real Slim Shady," "Stan," and "The Way I Am," so it's only right that the rapper celebrate in a big way.
To mark the occasion, Eminem is offering a selection of limited-edition collectibles including a T-shirt and cassette re-issue with a 3-D motion printed cover but, more notably, he's selling 700 bricks from his now-demolished childhood home—pictures of which appear on the album cover, and its 2013 sequel. Dog tags made of the house’s salvaged wood are also available.
The bricks come signed by Eminem, and with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Each brick also comes with a display stand and plaque, and a portion of the proceeds are going to the Marshall Mathers Foundation, which provides funds for organizations working with at-risk youth.
You can get all four items for $350, or order them separately, here.