Rapper Madchild Is Auctioning His Collection of Supreme & KAWS Items

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Canadian rapper Madchild has linked up with Heritage Auctions to auction off his personal collection of Supreme items and urban art. Comprised of 112 lots, the items being auctioned off includes a 400% Companion by KAWS from 2002, a wooden KAWS BE@RBRICK from 2005, a sculpture by OG Slick, a Companion from 1999, and much more.

In terms of Supreme, there will be 29 items including the coveted Supreme x Spalding Basketball from 2007, a Supreme Fire Extinguisher, multiple Supreme Zippos, baseball bats, and more. Items from fragment design, BAPE, Murakami and more are also up for grabs.

Online bidding will take place at Heritage Auctions’ website beginning at 5 p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 6. The items will also be displayed from March 1-2 and again on March 5-6 at 445 Park Avenue, New York City, New York.

In case you’ve missed it, check out our editorial: The Three Artists Who Influenced Supreme’s SS18 Collection.

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