Supreme Is Dropping an Optical Illusion Coin Bank

Time to upgrade your piggy bank game.

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Continuing its controversial accessory releases — which also includes a pinball machine and a kayak this season — Supreme is set to release an optical illusion coin bank as part of its latest drop. Landing alongside the brand’s Nan Goldin collaboration, the retro-inspired coin bank comes in Supreme’s classic red with printed logos on each side.

The standout feature of the accessory is the optical illusion that sits front and center and appears to show Supreme’s box logo floating in a checkerboard box. The Supreme Optical Illusion Coin Bank has dropped already at the brand’s London store, and is set to release online and at the brand’s other locations with the rest of this week’s drop. The coin bank retailed at £20 GBP (approx. $28 USD) at the London release.

In related news, Supreme is also dropping its Spring 2018 tees this week.

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