Sean Pablo Murphy's PARADIS3 Delivers Spoof-Heavy SS19 Graphic Goods

Including a collaboration with Mark Gonzales.

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Supreme skate team member Sean Pablo has been quietly releasing parodic graphic goods under his own paradis3 for a few years now, and the latest selection of tongue-in-cheek gear has just hit stores. Ever-irreverent, the goods include plenty of familiar faces from Disney and Looney Tunes, subverted with skate culture sensibilities.

Nods to Michael Jackson and New York’s Twin Towers are only two of the graphics that appear in the wide-ranging collection, with an emphasis on stoned cartoon characters. This theme culminates in a long-sleeved shirt emblazoned with “SHROOMY TUNES” imagery, showing an array of bootleg Looney Tunes enjoying themselves.

Elsewhere, socks sport imagery of hands holding roses and Mark Gonzales provides a doodle of two characters (branded with “PARA” and “DISE”) holding hands. One of the key graphics includes a whole host of Supreme skate team members ranging from Jason Dill to Sean Pablo himself rendered anime-style, gleaming skateboard including.

Shop the latest PARADIS3 offering on HBX’s site now, but be quick — select items have already sold out.

For more seasonal graphic gear, check out the Spring/Summer 2019 drop from ROKIT.

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