Maharishi x Destructo | Product Trucks and Decks

Following up on the well received original Maharishi x Destructo collection featuring Warholian inspired camo print originally seen in 1986 comes a new updated collection. Various colored trucks as well as skate decks produced in conjunction with [PRODUCT] will be available at select retailers in limited quantities. Despite the passing of famed pop artist Andy Warhol, his memory has been long be revisited in various projects.

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Following up on the well received original Maharishi x Destructo collection featuring Warholian inspired camo print originally seen in 1986 comes a new updated collection. Various colored trucks as well as skate decks produced in conjunction with [PRODUCT] will be available at select retailers in limited quantities. Despite the passing of famed pop artist Andy Warhol, his memory has been long be revisited in various projects.

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