Marilyn Minter x Supreme Skate Decks

Continuing with their ongoing series of artist designed collaborations, Supreme has looked to American artist and photographer Marilyn Minter to create a series of skate decks by the controversial artist. Her rise to prominence started in 1989 where her debut show was inspired by hardcore pornography drawing a barrage of criticism from feminists. However, Minter continued on utilizing pornographic imagery and beauty advertisements together. The decks will release April 10th in New York and Los Angeles (April 17th online) while Japan will see an April 12th release.

633 Hypes 0 Comments

Marilyn Minter x Supreme Skate Decks

Continuing with their ongoing series of artist designed collaborations, Supreme has looked to American artist and photographer Marilyn Minter to create a series of skate decks by the controversial artist. Her rise to prominence started in 1989 where her debut show was inspired by hardcore pornography drawing a barrage of criticism from feminists. However, Minter continued on utilizing pornographic imagery and beauty advertisements together. The decks will release April 10th in New York and Los Angeles (April 17th online) while Japan will see an April 12th release.

Marilyn Minter x Supreme Skate Decks

Marilyn Minter x Supreme Skate Decks

Marilyn Minter x Supreme Skate Decks

Marilyn Minter x Supreme Skate Decks

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Supreme x Vans Spring 2021 Collaboration
Footwear

Supreme x Vans Spring 2021 Collaboration

Featuring the Skate Grosso Mid and Skate Era models.

The Skateroom and Raymond Pettibon Link up for Second Skate Deck Release
Art

The Skateroom and Raymond Pettibon Link up for Second Skate Deck Release

Only 250 numbered editions produced for each artwork.

WTAPS x Supreme Fall 2021 Collaboration
Fashion

WTAPS x Supreme Fall 2021 Collaboration

A New York meets Tokyo connection.


Supreme x Timberland Fall 2021 Collaboration
Fashion

Supreme x Timberland Fall 2021 Collaboration

A mix of rugged outdoor wear and classic items.

Damien Hirst x Warhol Factory x Levi's Pop-Up Shop & Book Launch

Damien Hirst x Warhol Factory x Levi's Pop-Up Shop & Book Launch

Sensational English pop artist Damien Hirst will exhibit two new original art pieces this April 3rd at Fred Segal Man. Other contributors to the events overall atmosphere include Warhol Factory and legendary denim makers Levi’s. The Warhol-ian factor includes the use of trademark style of colors applied to not only the installations but special denim as well. Fred Segal Man420 BroadwaySanta Monica, CAtel: 310.395.9792 Source: Notcot

Nike SB Dunk Low "Mondrian"
Footwear

Nike SB Dunk Low "Mondrian"

From the looks of things upcoming products from Nike SB, the Nike SB recession experienced in recent memory seem to be looking up for the multi-billion dollar brand which really shouldn’t come as any surprise to many. An upcoming Dunk Low draws its inspirations from famous Neoplasticsm movement abstractionist artist Pieter Cornelius Mondrian. The use of multiple colors does not detract from the overall cohesive simplicity of the design. No word yet on a release date. Source: Crooked Tongues

3sixteen 2008 Spring Collection Preview

3sixteen 2008 Spring Collection Preview

3sixteen’s recent 2008 spring collection has begun to ship to doors worldwide and with it comes a small preview into their collection of cut & sew. 3sixteen has made a strong commitment to this segment of their collection as each season brings forth new conquests and solidifies their brand theme. A look here includes the Squadron hoodie in black and the Dapper hoodie in black/white stripes or white/blue stripes. Check your local 3sixteen dealer for availability.

Converse Conversations: Celebrating 1HUND(RED) Artists
Footwear

Converse Conversations: Celebrating 1HUND(RED) Artists

This year has marked a monumental stage in Converse’s long and storied history. Reaching the century mark has been no easy task for any brand, however through the strengths of Converse’s marquee products, the brand has created a lasting legacy as it looks towards the future. Their strong foundation has enabled them to create and lead strong humanitarian efforts such as the (PRODUCT) Red campaign which since day one has set out to help in the battle against AIDS. The centurion mark along with the (PRODUCT) Red project came together in an event celebration titled Celebrating 1HUND(RED) Artists. (PRODUCT) Red was conceptualized as a means for some of the world’s leading creative minds to create original artworks highlighting the struggle against AIDS. Although it would be difficult to list all one hundred contributing artists, the list includes Rostarr (USA), Rinzen (USA), Michael Schall (USA), Hiroshi Fujiwara (Japan), Jeremyville (Australia), Michael White for Dondi White (USA), Colletivo Design (Brazil), Grandpeople (Norway), Supakitch (France) and UPSO (USA). The March 27th event was highlighted by DJ performances by Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) and special sets by Simian Mobile Disco and DJ Spencer Sweeney. The installations were designed by a few of the New York based contributors, Rostarr, Rinzen and Michael Schall. The collection of sneakers will release over the upcoming months, with 10% of wholesale price of each product sold benefiting The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Photography: Heather Braden

Ato Matsumoto 2008 Spring/Summer Footwear Collection
Footwear

Ato Matsumoto 2008 Spring/Summer Footwear Collection

When it was first sported on the feet of Kanye West, everybody was getting their panties in a knot over what the deal was. Since then, the chunky velcro’d sneaker has seen a few renditions come and go. The latest colorways feature a metallic silver colorway as well as previous styles including cowhide leather with patent in both white and black. At a price of ¥30,450 JPY (approximately $306 USD), the price if you have a Japanese hook-up is respectable for what some consider a high end fashion sneaker. Available now for pre-order at Rowgage


Walking Bike by Max Knight

Walking Bike by Max Knight

Creative Director Yorgo Tloupas of Intersection Magazine recently gave us a look at a sneaker meets bike design. Incorporating the utilitarian bicycle, the wheels have been replaced with special wheels outfitted with 8 pairs of separate sneakers. Watch the bike Fred Flinstone-esque bike in action, sort of. Source: Arkitip Intelligence

adidas Skate Mark Gonzales Gazelle
Footwear

adidas Skate Mark Gonzales Gazelle

For most big athletic brands, their initial foray into the skate market starts off with basic bread and butter models i.e. the Dunk, Gazelle, Campus etc. One of adidas’ biggest endorsed athletes Mark Gonzales put down his own style and art work on this busy version of the adidas Skate Gazelle. This is definite rare look for a sneaker that is more often and not restricted to simple/monocrhomatic colors. Of course the sneaker comes complete with the added skate properties necessary including increased heel cushioning and thick lining. Source: Caliroots

UNDRCRWN x adidas Gil II Zero
Footwear

UNDRCRWN x adidas Gil II Zero

The final chapter in Gilbert Arenas’ ridiculous amount of Gil II Zero collaborations comes to an end with this silver bullet banger with UNDRCRWN. Look no further than a brand that knows their ball very well to put together this piece. The ice blue sole includes a basket weave pattern across the upper. Dropping April 4th in limited quantities. Source: Complex

PHANTACi "I Can't Brake" Party

PHANTACi "I Can't Brake" Party

Founded by Asian pop superstar Jay Chou, sneaker store PHANTACi held a special event last night titled “I Can’t Brake”. The event featured a meeting of local fixed gear riders with sponsorship from local fixed gear shop nabiis and Japanese bike shop starfuckers. A handful of products were also released to commemorate the event including t-shirts and custom bikes made by the two aforementioned bike shops. The tees and bikes are priced at $40 USD and $1200 USD respectively.

Atlas x Nish x Manik Push Project Art Show

Atlas x Nish x Manik Push Project Art Show

To pop off the Push Project Art Show, a three way collaboration saw retailer Atlas, skate brand Manik and New York artist Nish to create a collection of t-shirts and skatedecks. Unlike conventional board art, the art is designed on reinspired skate boards. The two decks featured here were done by Andrew Pommier and Jeff Proctor. Stop by Atlas in San Mateo to check out the art show.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.