A number of Supreme‘s artist skate decks from the mid to late ’00s have resurfaced in the second market. retailer Moda Operandi has presented a concise spread of the collectibles, emblazoned with the works of Damien Hirst, Richard Prince, Christopher Wool and Jeff Koons.
Each set of decks come from older limited-edition releases: Damien Hirst’s, an edition of 200; Richard Prince, 1000; Christopher Wool, 500 and Jeff Koons, 500. The Damien Hirst-designed 2009 release comes in a pack of three, glossed with a vibrant splash of colors based on the artist’s spin painting series from 1992. Flipping the boards, the top parts come in prime colors of red, blue and yellow, etched with small black motifs. Richard Prince’s 2007 collab sees a two-set with white or black decks. The top part of both boards are kept minimal, stamped with just a tiny Supreme box logo next to Prince’s signature, while the obverse sides feature squiggly sketch-like illustrations. Wool’s 2008 set includes three boards that have been embellished with colored prints, a rare departure from the artist’s signature black-and-white style. Lastly, Jeff Koons’ 2006 three-set referenced the artist’s “Monkey Train” which is emblazoned with cartoon monkey faces over vivid collages.
Supreme’s artist skate decks are currently available at Moda Operandi’s website, ranging from $5,000 – $14,000 USD.
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