HELLBOY

We are proud to be able to offer to all of Gus’s fans his beloved “mixtape” called Hellboy across all digital streaming platforms.  For the first time, Peep fans will be able to listen to all sixteen of the Hellboy tracks in the highest quality form possible. I know Gus would be proud of this re-release, and pleased to celebrate this moment with collaborators who helped him create this raw, intense, invigorating and heartbreaking piece of work for the world to cry to, scream to, and grind to. He was only 19 when he made this.  That’s quite an accomplishment.


Welcome.

This is the official website of the Estate of Gustav Elijah Ahr, who came to be known by his fans as “Lil Peep.”

This website is run by Gus’s mom and brother.

I have learned from Peep fans that Gus was a powerful and influential lyricist and music artist. It was Gus’s honesty that compelled so many people, worldwide, to connect with him. Gus was particularly observant, and able to express his observations clearly and poetically.

So, to honor him, we created this website. We felt that Gus’s fans—both current and future, would welcome the chance to get to know him a little better. We believe that you are right about Gus. You connected with him because he told you that he was like you, and he expressed feelings like the ones you have.

Yes. We wanted to make beautiful designs and things for people wear, skate on, and generally “flex” to show their support for Gus. But we also added an archive that we will add to regularly so visitors to our site can see some of Gus’s artifacts to get to know him better, as a person.

Thank you for visiting.
Liza


EVERYBODY'S EVERYTHING NOW AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX

Creating a unique mix of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep was set to bring a new musical genre to the mainstream when he died of a drug overdose at just 21 years old. From the streets of Los Angeles to studios in London and sold out tours in Russia, the artist born Gustav Ahr touched countless lives through his words, his sound and his very being.

 

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Happy Birthday Gus! Beautiful Fan Art for Gus's Birthday...posted November 15

Happy Birthday Gus! Beautiful Fan Art for Gus's Birthday...posted November 15

Happy Birthday to Gus--Birthday Fan Art is here!
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Rockstar Collection

Rockstar Collection

Happy Birthday Gus.

We would've loved to hold a pop-up shop like we did last year, but that's just not an option right now, unfortunately.

So we will celebrate with the Rockstar Collection, which we developed in collaboration with Firme Atelier, a design house based in Los Angeles.

A set of faux leather garments: a work jacket, flared pants, and a crossbody bag will be available in 3 colorways on lilpeep.com

The jacket will cost $300, the pants will cost $200, and the bags will cost $150. They will release at 11 AM EST and only 50 of each item will be available in each colorway.

The faux leather was custom developed in Japan, our intention was to have it resemble a midweight lambskin. It is a water-resistant fabric, perfect for wearing in most weather conditions.

The hardware is all silver-tone. The zipper tape and neck-buttons were dyed to match the Gus Green and Peep Pink colorways, and the zipper pulls were custom developed with a 'Lil Peep' script logo engraving. The cuban chain strap was custom developed for the bag.

The jacket has four pockets on the outside, and two on the inside. The pants have two front pockets and two welt pockets at the back, along with zippers at the bottom of the legs to accentuate the flare. The bag is one large pocket and also includes a handwarmer pocket.

The custom hardware is the only visible branding on this collection, other than the estate tags on the inside of the garments proving their authenticity.

The goal of the Rockstar Collection is as follows: based on the many looks that Peep rocked, and the first ever colors that Gus dyed his hair at the age of 11 (half pinkish-purple/half green), we want to give fans an opportunity to dress themselves in his style and confidence, to look like 'rockstars' themselves.

Here are some photos of my friends and I wearing the clothing:

 

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Gus and Horror Movies

Gus and Horror Movies

Gus and I used to watch a lot of horror movies. It really didn't matter whether or not it was Halloween or October to us, we were watching them all year round. We appreciated psychological horror films, as well as slashers where you couldn't help but laugh at the protagonists sometimes.

Below is a list including some of Gus' favorite horror movies/shows, I know October is almost over, but try and watch one or two of them if you have the time.

- The Ring 

- It Follows

- Halloween

- Freddy vs Jason

- Nightmare on Elm St.

- Scary Movie

- The Hills Have Eyes 

- Get Out

- Shaun of the Dead

- Walking Dead

- Supernatural

- Black Mirror

 

*** not quite horror but Gus loved Breaking Bad and adores Jesse Pinkman

 

Gus and I used to watch Supernatural in the mornings on cable. We both really loved that show, it was a story about brothers. We used to watch Walking Dead alot, he thought Rick was dumb. We watched pretty much all of these movies together, except for Get Out, the Halloween movies and Freddy Krueger movies, he watched those with his friends. I'm sure he also watched the other movies again with his friends. 

Gus watched Black Mirror a lot, Emma told me they would often watch it together. I never got to watch that with him, but my mom and I did watch Get Out on his recommendation. He made us sign a contract that we would watch it, not sure why, we might've been distracted by Game of Thrones at the time.

Gus also loved this audio story called 'Abiyoyo', it was very suspenseful and scary and we would listen to it in the car when we were little.

Anyway, these are all great movies/shows, check them out.

 

PS: Personal recommendation. Can't remember whether or not I showed this one to Gus. But it's called Rubber and it's about a killer tire.

 

-Oskar

 

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Hellboy Fan Art

Hellboy Fan Art

Best of Hellboy fan art from September.
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Hellboy

Hellboy

Gus made Hellboy in LA.  Some people say Hellboy was Gus’s “breakthrough” mixtape.  And certainly many of Gus’s fans became fans because of Hellboy.  Hellboy is a gritty, raw, and very intense piece of work in which Gus expresses feelings of anger, sorrow, loneliness, and determination.  It is passionate.  It is daring. And it kicks.  It showcases Gus’s love for the guitar.  The songs Gus chose to make Hellboy arose from his work with a small group of producers. These young men sampled some great, classic guitar riffs and combined them with the signature 808s for Gus to lay his vocal on and really wobble your rear view mirror.
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August Fan Art

August Fan Art

Best of Lil Peep fan art from August.
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July Fan Art

July Fan Art

Best of Lil Peep fan art from July.
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June Fan Art

June Fan Art

So sorry for the wait!
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Crybaby

Crybaby

Gus left Denver in April 2016 and went back to LA. He ended up staying with his friend and old house-mate, Brennan Savage, in the house they had first moved into in September 2014—When Gus was hoping to go to Glendale Community College with Brennan. Now, nearly two years later, Lederrick and Yung Goth were there, too, as were several other young men. The place was full of people and creative energy. During all that time, Gus began to make the tracks for the Crybaby mixtape.
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May Fan Art

May Fan Art

Here are the ten featured artists for May.  Their work is amazing.

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