Supreme / Nike Uptempo Year: 2017 Debuting back in 1998, the Nike Uptemo model was largely known for the very visually loud "AIR" lettering on the side of the sneaker. The designer behind the Uptempo, Wilson Smith, has a pretty long and worthwhile history within the sneaker industry. In 1997, Wilson was made the first official designer for the Jordan Brand and would go onto designing future shoe m
Supreme / Jordan Pullover Year: 2015 Released alongside the Jordan 5 back in 2015, Supreme also teamed with Jordan to release a few apparel items to accompany the sneaker. Supreme is well known for their extensive history of, well, coping logos for their own releases - whether it's an official collaboration where they were cleared to do so or a lone release where they didn't ask for permission tha
A few things I'm trying to get out of my way lol. US shipping is included in all prices. Can also do bundle deals. Everything ships tomorrow. Some pieces OBO. XL Joe Roberts Tee $60 L Dash Snow Tee $50 SOLD XL Calendar Tee $60 L Parla Longsleeve $80 XL Peter Sellers Tee $150 L Apollo Tee $90 L Kraftwerk Tee $175
Supreme Water Gun Year: 2011 Even though it's just a water pistol, and most likely just the "Supreme" branding printed onto a cheap blank, this is still one of the more rare accessories Supreme has put out to the general public. This was also made in red as well.
Supreme / DC Shoes Year: 1999 And once again, @supremefr comes through with pictures of another rarity. Looking back now, it's safe to say that 1994 was a great year for the skate culture but that wasn't exactly the thought back then. There was sort of a point in the few years leading up to '94 where skate brands weren't exactly at the high point where they once were. So when DC and Supreme both l
Supreme "PCL" Pullover Year: 2013 At this point everyone probably knows about one of the most hyped releases in the history of Supreme, but in case you forgot then let me break it down for you. Based on the cover of English rock band New Order's second album "Power, Corruption, & Lies" (1983), Supreme dropped many items covered in this print ranging from the crusher all the way down to the Vans.
Supreme "Le Bain" Pullover Year: 2014 When this release was announced, everyone began having War World II level flashbacks to the "PCL" pullover that Supreme had released a few seasons before. As far as monetary value goes, it didn't really reach that level of hype but design wise it certainly has a very defining look in its own way. "The Luncheon On The Grass" (originally titled "Le Bain", or "T
Supreme "Candy" Tee Year: 2015 Over many years, Supreme has mostly avoided the cease and desist orders that they occasionally received years ago but this time they were not so lucky. In S/S 2015 Supreme released a tee that was based on Peko Chan, the mascot for the Japanese candy company and food service operator Fujiya Co. The character was created in 1950 and has changed a bit over the years but
Supreme "Taxi Driver" Deck Year: 2014 Featuring the Travis Bickle character who was portrayed by Robert De Niro in "Taxi Driver", the original Taxi Driver tee was released by Supreme in 1994 as one of the very first designs Supreme would release. Alongside the Box Logo tee, Afro Skater tee, and the original Basquait tee, the Taxi Driver tee helped usher in the brand that would eventually take over
Supreme / Bad Boy Records "Ready To Die" Tee Year: 2011 As far as I'm concerned, The Notorious BIG is the greatest rapper to EVER do it. I first discovered the "Ready To Die" album back in my middle school days and that album is one of the few that has stuck with me ever since then. With his debut album being released under Diddy's Bad Boy Records, it was only right when Supreme connected with the
Supreme "Fuck Em" Pullover Year: 2014 In my personal opinion, this is one of the more underrated releases from Supreme in recent years. Taking the "Fuck Em" logo that has become a staple of Supreme through the years from putting it on everything from hats, shoes, and even releasing a rug in the shape and style of the logo. In 2014, Supreme released the above hoodie alongside a pair of shorts that
Supreme T-Shirts "Lookbook" Year: 2005 My first thought when looking at this is, "For these tees to be 12 years old you can still easily find them on the market today" - except for the "Evil Empire" tee which you almost never see anymore. Most of the tees have already been covered on the page so if one of these piques your interest then scroll through or click the link in the bio to use the search
Supreme / Gabriel Urist (@gabriel_urist) Year: 2008 Known mostly for his sneaker chains, Gabriel Urist is an American jeweler. Growing up in Anne Arbor, Michigan and then making the move to New York in 1999 so he could be closer to the scene, Urist has built quite a name for his self by doing work for a vast array of people including the likes of Kanye West and Jay Z. The first item released from
Seeing how it is drop day and we just wrapped up yet another Supreme / CDG collaboration - what would be your personal dream collab? And what items would you like to see included in that? Mine has always been Quentin Tarantino, Lego, or WWE so I could get a "Supreme 3:16" shirt out of the deal.
Supreme "Selassie" Tee Year: 2010 Thank you to @supremiumbuynsell for sending in the picture of this one. With a picture of him featured on the front of this tee of him as a child, Haile Selassie (1892-1975) was the regent of Ethiopia from 1916 to 1930 and served as Emperor from 1930 to 1974. The back of the shirt features a quote from Selassie, that read in full, "Education develops the intellect
Supreme 'RZA' Tee Year: 2005 Supreme teamed up with RZA and longtime brand supporter back in 2005 for the tee that you see pictures. RZA has supported Supreme for many years, even appearing on the cover of 'Supreme Book Vol. 5' in 2009 with the cover photo of the book being shot by Terry Richardson. For those unfamiliar with RZA, he is a legendary rapper / producer who is the founding leader of th
So, it's pretty simple. Design a "SUPREME MUSEUM" logo that's based on a Supreme design - whether it be a box logo or any other graphic. I'll pick my Top 10 favorites then you guys will pick the winner. The winning logo will be used as my Instagram photo and will also be used as the cover of a future volume of the "Supreme Museum" book series. Also, the winner will receive a "Fuck Trump" tee! Subm
Supreme "Navy" Box Logo Tee Year: 1998 The pre-2000's is really when Supreme was showcasing what they could do with such a simple design. The previous year they stepped outside the box with the Coca Cola Box Logo and then in 1999 brought out the Soprano's Box Logo as well as the Pollack Box Logo, but in 1998 they kept it to a basic single color design and this time instead of the color we've becam
Supreme "Ali vs Superman" Tee Year: 2000 Supreme took inspiration from the 1978 DC Comics release of 'Superman vs Ali' for this design. In the comic, an alien leader forces Earth to pick their best fighter to battle someone from their home planet. When Superman steps forward to volunteer himself, Ali steps forward as well and claims that Superman isn't a true fighter seeing as he has superpowers.
FINALLY! This would've been mailed out sooner but the last batch I received were printed on the wrong colors - but these will begin shipping out tomorrow!
Supreme / Pedro Bell “Funkadelic” Tee Year: 2009 Thanks to @supremiumbuynsell for sending in pictures of this one! This tee was made in collaboration with Pedro Bell, an American artist and illustrator who is best known for his artwork on George Clinton and Funkadelic’s album covers. Due to his use of hyper sexual characters and making ordinary things appear “sexual” with his drawing style, Warner
Supreme "Shark" Tee Year: 1995 / 1996 To start this one off, I'd like to thank @rcih.r for coming through with pictures of this one simply because there just isn't very many out there. Information on the year of release is pretty scarce so I've been able to narrow it down to either 1995 or 1996. This one is relatively unique though, because the possible "inspiration" behind this piece was released
Supreme / Vans Half Cab "Duct Tape" Year: 2012 A lot of people are going to look at these and think "why the fuck would they put duct tape on shoes, and expect people to buy them?". Well, with only 20 made, actually having a great story behind the reasoning, and not just having some random guy in design saying "we've never used duct tape before", there's a lot more to these than meets the eye. So
I hate that this post is coming so late but man, what a life and what a fucking legend. RIP Glenn O'Brien.
Supreme "F.U.C.K. B.U.S.H." Thermal Zip Up Year: 2005 A few posts back I talked about the significance of the Supreme "Fuck Bush" sticker that was given out back in 2005. Well, the whole "Fuck Bush" feelings didn't stop there for Supreme so when they released this zip up jacket back in 2005 they gave one more very subtle "fuck you" to the then President of the United States by having the tag on th
Supreme “Wings” Tee Year: 1998 If you just got into Supreme in the past few years, you could possibly be grouped in with the people (and dedicated Supreme pages) that believed the posts going around quite some time ago saying that this was “part of the upcoming Supreme / Jordan collaboration”. As hopefully everyone knows by now, it was not. Supreme took a shot at creating their own version of the
Supreme “Everlast” Tee Year: 1999 Before hooking up together to release boxing gloves, jump ropes, and punching bags, Supreme took matters into their own hands and did their thing with the easily recognizable “Everlast” logo. The brand most known for their boxing equipment was founded way back in 1910 in Bronx, New York by Jacob Golomb. So once again, Supreme sticks to its New York roots and pays
Supreme / Rap-A-Lot Records Satin Club Jacket Year: 2017 Big thank you to @416preme for pointing out the connection here. He messaged me with a link that would direct me to the page of @djreadyred, the DJ and Producer for The Geto Boys from 1987 until 1991. The picture that sent me to his page is one from some time in the late '80s that shows DJ Reddy Red wearing the original version of the jacket
Supreme MTA MetroCard Year: 2017 When it comes to the brands accessory releases season after season one thing is for sure - no one comes close to Supreme. Whether it be a full size punching bag in a collaboration with heavyweight boxing brand Everlast or simply a brick with Supreme's easily recognizable branding engraved into the side, it makes people talk and keeps them coming back for more. So w
Coming sooner than you think, so stay tuned! As soon as I get the situation with the "Fuck Trump" and "Jebbia" tees sorted out a VERY small run of pre-orders will begin.
Supreme "Flags" Camp Cap Year: Unreleased Sample First off, a HUGE thank you to @rometheprophet for once again coming through with pictures for the page. A highly recommended follow if you're into samples and rare items. As far as the camp cap goes, there's a couple of different stories that have floated around about this item. Back in 2013 it was rumored that Lucien Clarke received the camp cap f
Supreme “Suck My Cunt” Tee Year: 2007 Shout out to @rometheprophet for supplying the picture. This is one those releases where you can’t help but wonder “why?”. As refreshing as it is to see hand drawn artwork used on a tee, the decision to use this one is perplexing. This was released alongside the “Satan” tee which was also hand drawn and much more socially acceptable.
Guys, I didn't forget about you. For the ones that ordered either one of these tees I recently received them and they were printed on the wrong blanks. Luckily, the printers are working fast to get the orders corrected. Sorry for the wait! If you have any more questions about these then please DM me.
Haven't done one of these in a while so thought "why not?" Drop your suggestions in the comments down below. Make sure the item hasn't already been covered!
Supreme / Rap-A-Lot Records "Geto Boys" Pillow Year: 2017 As rumored at the beginning of the SS '17 season, today (April 3rd) Supreme officially announced their collaboration with Rap-A-Lot Records will be releasing April 6. With the announcement on their website and the email that was sent out announcing the collaboration, Supreme included the following: "Rap-A-Lot Records was founded in 1987 by
Supreme / Urs Fischer Deck Set Year: 2016 To start this one off, the short biography that Supreme wrote on Urs Fischer when the collaboration was first announced is as followed: "Urs Fischer is a Swiss artist born in Zurich in 1973. Influenced by the anti-art and anti-authoritarian movements of Neo-Dada and Situationist International, Fischer's work subverts the typical notion of art. In working
Supreme "Hipster Blogger" Tee Year: Unreleased Sample The coveted box logo has been featured on pretty much every iconic piece that Supreme has ever released but perhaps there's none more elusive than the unreleased "Hipster Blogger" tee. I've heard rumblings that it was part of a Supreme / BuzzFeed collaboration and when Supreme found out that "BuzzFeed" was in fact NOT a charity that feeds under
Supreme "Illegal Business" Zip Up Hoodie Year: 2007 Big thanks to @supremefr for once again coming through with the pictures! Over the brands 20+ years of existence there have been certain phrases that they tend to reuse from time to time. The "Illegal Business" saying falls under that umbrella. Perhaps the most popular item that dons the saying is the "Illegal Business" zip up hoodie from 2007. C
Supreme "Maxell" Tee Year: 2002 First off, thanks again to @supremefr for sending over pictures for the page. A tee that isn't highly sought after, but that quite possibly may be because people don't know about it due to it being so hard to find is Supreme's 2002 "Maxell" tee. The graphic is "inspired" by the "Chair Man" / "Blown Away Man" image from Japanese electronic's manufacturer Maxell. Form
Supreme "Ducks" Alpine Fleece Jacket Year: 2006 First things first, I'd like to thank @rometheprophet for sending in pictures of this one. There's a lot of items that Supreme has released over the years that weren't really appreciated when they dropped and only gained that special "hype" when either a celebrity is caught wearing the garment or it's found out that there just wasn't many of them mad