Supreme has released tons of skateboard decks over the years, as you’d expect from a store than began as a simple small skateboard shop. With the Supreme culture, and all of the history of the brand it’s always interesting to see super old pieces you’ve never seen before. And who knows, by the end of this archive you may just have a new grail to search for! So let’s get into every Supreme skateboard deck released since Supreme opened in 1994.
1998 – Supreme Copyright Skateboard Decks
One of the first (Semi) documented Supreme skateboard deck sets Supreme ever released. Featuring simple designs with box logo’s on each deck, and copyright logos. This was the beginning of a legacy for Supreme, these decks are insanely rare and sought after by collectors. Good luck getting your hands on this complete deck set!
1998 – Supreme Motion Logo Skateboard Decks
This was the year Supreme came out with their motion logo, said to be inspired by the opening of the 1990 movie “The Goodfellas”. Supreme must have been big fans of Robert DeNiro with this being the second graphic influenced by his movies (other being Taxi Driver). Shoutout to @Supbos on Instagram for this picture, he’s got some crazy rare full deck sets, check him out!
1998 – Supreme Tiger Camo/Desert Camo Skateboard Decks
Another one of the first decks Supreme released, in 1998. These decks feature fairly simple designs with camo prints that Supreme has continued to use on other pieces over the years. Both these decks are very rare and hard to come by, shoutout to @sup_la on Instagram for the photo!
2000 – Supreme Ryan McGuiness Pantone Skateboard Decks
In 2000, Supreme released 5 skateboard decks featuring artwork from a New York artist named Ryan McGuiness! Each Supreme skateboard deck dropped in this collection was released on a 32 x 8 in. deck. They’re all oil on wood, and their were only 500 decks released of each color way! With only 500 of each color way made, combined with how old these decks are now, this deck is very rare and worth a lot of money.
2000 – Supreme Vuitton Skateboard Decks
Another very interesting Supreme skateboard deck was released in 2000. This Supreme deck featured a very familiar looking monogram print, that was recognized very quickly, even by Louis Vuitton. The “Supreme Vuitton” deck was originally released as normal, and then 2 weeks after the initial release all of the decks were recalled after a lawsuit from Louis Vuitton! Some very lucky Supreme collectors were able to get their hands on some pieces from this collection before they were recalled, and now these decks have resold for over $10,000 each!
2001 – Supreme Kaws Skateboard Decks
Another very rare Supreme skateboard deck, this deck was released in 2001 in collaboration with KAWS, also known as American pop artist/designer Brian Donnelly. With a simple yet iconic KAWS design, these decks were rumored to only have had 150 made of each color way! Making these decks super limited, and rare.
2001 – Supreme Paisley Skateboard Decks
Another grail level Supreme skateboard deck set, the Supreme paisley decks. These decks are very rare, and you’ll have to pay a premium price to get the full deck set for sure.
2002 – Supreme Last Supper Skateboard Decks
This is known as one of the most difficult full sets to find as far as Supreme skateboard decks go. I think a good amount of people are already familiar with what the last supper was (or if you don’t know you probably don’t care to know). But these skateboard decks were based off of a painting titled the last supper by Leonardo da Vinci, which is heavily considered one of the most recognizable paintings of all time. Supreme took an interesting angle making all of the 5 decks connect together to complete the image, in 2002. Note: There was also a Japanese version released which only included the Jesus deck, and said Supreme on the bottom of the deck, unlike the U.S versions.
2002 – Supreme Rammellzee Skateboard Decks
Another set of decks Supreme dropped in 2002 were the Rammellzee decks. Rammellzee is a New York artist, with a big graffiti background. Supreme released 3 decks featuring his artwork (although only 2 are documented from Supreme). Supreme screen printed the artwork onto the wooden skate decks, and they were each released on a 32 x 8 in. deck.
2003 – Supreme Dan Colen Skateboard Decks
In 2003 Supreme released a set of skateboard decks featuring artwork by another New York artist named Dan Colen. The decks are based around Nike shoes, with chains and other pop culture items around the shoes. These decks are likely inspired by Colen’s work titled “Blowin’ in the wind”, which was artwork made by Colen based off of objects found in New York City’s garbage, which also featured similar artwork utilizing shoes.
2004 – Supreme FBI Skateboard Decks
This Supreme skateboard deck set dropped in 2004 featuring Supreme’s FBI graphic. This deck set is extremely rare, and there aren’t even any pictures on Google of these decks! Good luck getting your hands on this complete deck set, it’s near impossible to find.
2004 – Supreme Andrei Molodkin Skateboard Decks
In 2004 Supreme used the artwork of a Russian conceptual artist named Andrei Moldkin for a set of skateboard decks. As far as the artwork goes, Moldkin’s artwork kind of speaks for itself for what it is. The decks were screen printed with his artwork, and were released on 32 x 8 in. decks.
2005 – Supreme Peter Saville Skateboard Decks
This set of deck was released in 2005, and featured artwork by an English art director/graphic designer named Peter Saville. He’s worked on lots of big projects for Joy Division, New Order, and even made designs for fashion clients including Christian Dior, and many others! I’m sure any Joy Division fans instantly recognized the very similiar Joy Division esque print Supreme utilized for these decks from Saville’s work. This Supreme skateboard deck set was made as a commemoration for the 25th anniversary of Joy Division’s lead singers death, rest in piece Ian Curtis.
2005 – Supreme Richard Hambleton Skateboard Decks
I know I’ve talked about how rare some of these decks are, but this deck set is truly one of the rarest on this entire archive. This Supreme skateboard deck set was in collaboration with a Canadian street artist named, Richard Hambleton. I’m sure the majority of newer Supreme fans aren’t familiar with this deck set, but it was never actually released, nobody knows to much about it, besides it being showcased in Supreme’s Rizzoli book.
Supreme Harmony Korine Kill Whitey Skateboard Deck
Another one of the rarest decks out there. This deck featured artwork by Harmony Korine, but never actually made it to production for whatever reason. Likely due to the possible backlash Supreme may have received for releasing the “Kill Whitey” deck. Although this deck does make a lot more sense if you’ve seen the movie “Gummo” which was actually directed by Harmony Korine.
2005 – Supreme Larry Clark Skateboard Decks
In 2005 Supreme worked with film director, photographer, and film producer Larry Clark on a set of skateboard decks. Larry Clark is known for utilizing themes of teenage sexuality, violence, and drugs in his photography. These two Supreme decks symbolize the way that mass media portrays the youth as threatening, and creates eroticizes about them. Only 1000 of each of these decks were actually released, so these are definitely rare Supreme decks.
2006 – Supreme Public Enemy Skateboard Decks
In 2006, Supreme collaborated on a set of skateboard decks with huge New York hip hop group, Public Enemy! One of the decks features an image of the members of Public Enemy, and the other says “It takes a nation of millions to hold us back” which was a the title of a platinum album Public Enemy released in 1988! This album was actually executively produced by Rick Rubin, who was supposed to be the face of the S/S18 Supreme photo tee, until the photographer who shoots the photo tees (Terry Richardson) received more sexual allegations, and Supreme didn’t end up releasing the photo tee.
2006 – Supreme ZooYork Zoopreme Skateboard Deck
While technically this was a Zoo York deck, it was a collaboration with Supreme, and is still a piece of Supreme’s history. This deck was super limited, said to only have been 100 ever made! I know a good amount of people aren’t super into this deck, just because Zoo York isn’t exactly in the same realm as Supreme anymore, but these decks are definitely still sought after by collectors.
2006 – Supreme Jeff Koons Skateboard Decks
Supreme collaborated with an American artist known for trying to make unique artwork out of items that are typically considered to be boring, named Jeff Koons. Koon’s had a whole collection of his own artwork titled “Monkey Train”, which was based around the monkey faces you see above, combined with other background elements. These Supreme decks were based off of his Monkey Train collection. There’s currently a set of these up for sale for about $8,000.
2007 – Supreme Richard Prince Skateboard Decks
In 2007 Supreme collaborated on a set of skateboard decks with an American painter/photographer named Richard Prince. One of the decks features a black abstract figure with a white background, and the other deck features laser etching of a skull-bunny. Both decks were released on 32 x 8 in. decks.
2007 – Supreme Nate Lowman Skateboard Decks
For this 2007 deck set, Supreme featured artwork by New York artist Nate Lowman. Lowman began to be known for his signature blown-up images of fake cartoon bullet holes, which you can see they utilized for this Supreme skateboard deck set. This deck is one of those almost myth Supreme pieces, it’s rumored that these decks were only available to some select employees that worked at Supreme at the time. Making these decks very rare, and worth a lot of money.
2007 – Supreme MR. Skateboard Decks
Supreme collaborated with a Japanese contemporary artist who goes by “MR.” for a set of skateboard decks in 2007. His pieces mostly focus on depicting young boys/girls in an anime/manga style, which you can definitely see from these Supreme decks! MR. has done a lot of work with Murakami, which you’ll see in the skateboard deck below.
2007 – Supreme Takashi Murakami Skateboard Decks
Along with the MR. skateboard decks Supreme dropped their Murakami decks the same week. Takashi Murakami is a world-renowned Japanese artist who has worked with tons of huge artists such as Kanye, Pharrell and tons of brands such as COMME des GARÇONS, Louis Vuitton, and even designed the google home page in 2011 for the summer solstice!
2007 – Supreme OG Logo Skateboard Decks
This Supreme skateboard deck set feature Supreme’s OG branding on the bottom of the decks, with a subtle star pattern on the top of the decks.
2008 – Supreme Stained Logo Skateboard Decks
In Spring/Summer 2008 Supreme dropped their stained logo skateboard decks. Not to much to say about these decks, OG Supreme logo on the stained decks.
2008 – Supreme Marilyn Minter Skateboard Decks
In 2008 Supreme worked with a New York artist named Marilyn Minter. Minter originally gave up art and taught at a catholic boys school, and then she began to get into the NY club scene. This inspired her to come back to the art world and she portrayed lots of things she saw in her club experiences in her artwork.
2008 – Supreme Kermit The Frog Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set Supreme worked with Jim Henson’s (Man who created the muppets) people. The Kermit photographs were shot by Terry Richardson, who’s done lots of photography work for Supreme. These decks are very sought after, and will be quite expensive if you can even find one for sale.
2008 – Supreme Sean Cliver Skateboard Decks
That same year Supreme worked on a set of decks with an American artist named Sean Cliver. Sean Cliver actually started his career by placing in a Powell Peralta art contest he found in an ad in the back of a Thrasher Magazine in the late 80s! After the contest Peralta offered him a job as an artist for the company. Over the years Cliver worked with tons of skateboard brands, and made some incredible pieces of art including the art for these Supreme decks. The deck on the left is called “Halloween”, the deck on the right is called “Ritual”.
2008 – Supreme Christopher Wool Skateboard Decks
Another 2008 Supreme skateboard deck set featured artwork from New York artist Christopher Wool. Wool made a name for himself off of his word paintings, white canvases with black stenciled letters spelling out text or phrases. For example for one of his pieces he used “Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids”.
2009 – Supreme Foil Logo Skateboard Decks
In Spring/Summer 2009 Supreme released what they called their Foil Logo decks. As far as the designs go they really speak for themselves with the colors and foil effect.
2009 – Supreme Damien Hirst Skateboard Decks
In 2009 Supreme featured a British contemporary artist named Damien Hirst on a deck set. Hirst is widely known for his spin paintings, where he basically uses a spinning circular surface to make random strokes. Each Supreme skateboard deck in this collection is definitely a good example of his artistic style.
2009 – Supreme Damien Hirst Skateboard Decks
In 2009 Supreme also released another set of decks featuring artwork from Damien Hirst! For these decks Hirst utilized what’s called graphic spot painting, which depicts rows of randomly colored circles in different sizes. You can definitely see the graphic spot painting utilized in each of the 5 decks.
2009 – Supreme Leopard Cruiser Skateboard Decks
These were one of the first cruiser decks Supreme ever released. Featuring all over leopard print on both decks, in different color ways. I’d personally love to get my hands on one of these to keep as a cruiser deck.
2009 – Supreme Leopard Skatebord Decks
This Supreme skateboard deck set features the same exact leopard print as the cruisers, they’re just regular shaped decks.
2010 – Supreme George Condo Skateboard Decks
In 2010 Supreme featured artwork by a famous New York contemporary visual artist named George Condo. Condo has worked on tons of crazy artwork, for example, he created the artwork for Kanye West’s album titled “My beautiful dark twisted fantasy”. Condo is known for making tragicomic portraits of cultural archetypes. This deck set is very rare and sought after by collectors.
2010 – Supreme Sean Cliver Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set Supreme collaborated with an American artist named Sean Cliver for the second time (First being in 2008). Both decks feature original artwork from Sean Cliver.
2010 – Supreme Surfstyle Small Cruiser Skateboard Decks
In Spring/Summer 2010 Supreme released their surfstyle small cruiser decks in yellow, and black. Both decks feature graphics by Supreme, but said to be inspired by an original Oakley logo as far as the lettering goes.
2010 – Supreme Motion Logo Skateboard Decks
For this Spring/Summer 2010 deck Supreme utilized their motion logo across both of the decks. This has been a classic logo for Supreme ever sense they released their first motion logo deck in 1998!
2010 – Supreme John Baldessari Skateboard Decks
Supreme also released a set of decks in 2010 featuring artwork by an American conceptual artist named John Baldessari. Baldessari is widely known for combining photomontages, paintings, and language into his works. This Supreme skateboard deck set shows how he combines different elements, and uses different layers/colors to make his art unique.
2010 – Supreme Street Scene Skateboard Decks
In Fall/Winter 2010 Supreme released two decks featuring their “Street Scene” graphic. This graphic is based off of a vintage New York street scene and has been featured on tons of Supreme items including Supreme business cards, tees, and playing cards! Definitely a slept on deck in my opinion.
2011 – Supreme Robert Longo Skateboard Decks
This 2011 deck set featured artwork from a Brooklyn-born painter and sculptor named Robert Longo. Longo’s work was heavily influenced by mass media, and often filled with deep emotion. For example one his pieces titled “Men in the Cities” which shows well dressed business men writing in agony.
2011 – Supreme Snow White Skateboard Decks
For Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2011 season they dropped a set of decks featuring artwork from Snow White. Snow White was Disney’s first fully animated feature film, and an interesting movie to feature on a set of skateboard decks. As far as the graphics Supreme put pictures of Snow White all over the decks, adding their classic box logo on top of the Snow White graphic.
2011 – Supreme Surfstyle Cruiser Skateboard Decks
One of the few cruiser decks Supreme has released over the years. Both color ways are very surf inspired, and the Supreme graphic is said to be inspired by an OG Oakley design. This graphic is the same graphic Supreme used for their surfstyle small cruiser decks released in 2010.
2011 – Supreme Kaws Box Logo Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set, Supreme collaborated with KAWS once again. But instead of the typical KAWS design, these decks feature a simple design featuring a hand drawn box logo graphic.
2011 – Supreme Harmony Korine Skateboard Decks
In 2011 Supreme featured original artwork from an American film director and screenwriter named Harmony Korine. Korine was most known for writing Larry Clark’s movie “Kids”. After the movie Kids the then 18 year old Korine got more into the scene and directed the movie Gummo, and 15 other short films! And then in 2011 Supreme recognized his work and they put this deck set together.
2012 – Supreme Arabic Logo Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set, Supreme utilized what’s become an iconic logo for Supreme, what they call their Arabic Logo. A lot of people seem to think that it just says Supreme in arabic writing, but there’s really no exact translation of Supreme in arabic. The best translation for this Arabic writing to English basically means glory, which is fairly close to meaning Supreme in Arabic.
2012 – Supreme Chapman Brothers Skateboard Decks
In 2012 Supreme featured artwork by a duo of British visual artists known as the Chapman brothers. The brothers became well known for their abrasive and explicit themes in their work. These Supreme decks specifically feature art from one of the Chapman brothers controversial work titled “Fuckface”. These decks display deformed and sexual perverse plastic figurines.
2012 – Supreme Sean Cliver Skateboard Decks
This is the last deck Supreme has featured artwork from American artist, Sean Cliver. They’ve collaborated on 2 deck sets previous to this deck set (2008, 2010). Personally, I prefer the other 2 deck sets they worked on, but this is still a cool graphic.
2013 – Supreme Power Corruption Lies Cruiser Skateboard Deck
This Supreme cruiser skateboard deck features artwork from an album titled “Power Corruption & Lies”, or PCL, by an English rock band named New Order. They used the exact floral print from the cover art of PCL.
2013 – Supreme Bling Logo Skateboard Decks
During Spring/Summer 2013 Supreme released a set of decks featuring their bling logo design. The community tends to hate on the bling logos, as it’s just different than your typical box logo. But as far as deck collectors go, these decks are still pretty sought after compared to the bling box logo shirts which tend to sell for a little less.
2013 – Supreme Flags Skateboard Deck
In 2013 Supreme released their flags skateboard deck. This deck is pretty self explanatory, featuring graphics of a bunch of different flags with Supreme’s logo plastered over the top. Fairly sought after deck, and won’t be cheap to buy if you find one.
2013 – Supreme Bruce Lee Skateboard Deck
For this Supreme skateboard deck, Supreme collaborated with kung fu legend, Bruce Lee. I’m sure you all know who Bruce Lee is, and there’s not to much to say about the graphic. A picture of Bruce Lee with very subtle Supreme branding on top.
2014 – Supreme AntiHero Skateboard Decks
This was the first time Supreme and AntiHero skateboards collaborated (They collaborated again in 2016). As far as the graphics go this is a pretty simple graphic combining Supreme’s logo and AntiHero’s logo.
2014 – Supreme 20th Anniversary Box Logo Skateboard Deck
Supreme released this deck to celebrate two decades of Supreme’s crazy success as a brand. Simple design utilizing the logo that got them to where they are today.
2014 – Supreme 20th Anniversary Taxi Driver Skateboard Decks
Another Supreme skateboard deck set released to celebrate Supreme’s 20th anniversary as a brand. The graphic is from the 1976 movie “Taxi Driver”, and the same graphic was used on one of the first t-shirts Supreme released in 1994 (Along with the box logo tee, and the “afro skater” tee). Making it a perfect graphic to feature for their 20th anniversary!
2014 – Supreme Grand Prix Cruiser Skateboard Deck
One of the few cruiser decks Supreme has made over the years. Supreme paid a photographer for the original picture, and then added their branding onto the car.
2014 – Supreme Mark Flood Skateboard Decks
In 2014 Supreme released a set of decks designed by artist and musician, Mark Flood. Flood is described as both “a painter and a prankster”, his work is usually dark in appearance and theme. These Supreme decks are a great example of his dark work. The first Supreme skateboard deck released in this set says “Mom Died”, and the other deck says “Dad Died”.
2014 – Supreme Giger Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set, Supreme collaborated with a Swiss painter named H.R Giger. Giger was heavily into the sci-fi genre, and was known for expanding the concepts beyond print, into films. Supreme got the opportunity to collaborate with Giger right before his unexpected passing. The deck on the left was titled “Li II”, and the deck on the right was titled “The Spell IV”.
2014 – Supreme Raymond Pettibon Skateboard Decks
Another Supreme skateboard deck set released in 2014 featured artwork by an iconic punk artist named Raymond Pettibon. Pettibon has worked on some artwork for huge punk artists such as the Black Flag “Four Bars” logo, and original work for Sonic Youth, and also Foo Fighters! Pettibon is known for visualizing a rebellious slant on American youth culture. Given his punk background and incredible artwork, he was a perfect fit for a Supreme collaboration.
2015 – Supreme New York Yankees Skateboard Decks
With Supreme’s origin in New York it was only right for them to feature the New York Yankees in a collection, and that’s exactly what they did. As Supreme’s blown up, they tend to feature lots of aspects of the culture in the big apple.
2015 – Supreme International Skateboard Decks
This Supreme skateboard deck set isn’t a collaboration with anyone and the graphic was made by Supreme.
2015 – Supreme Bacchanal Skateboard Deck
This Supreme deck was not in collaboration with anyone. As far as the inspiration for the Supreme Bacchanal deck goes, Bacchus was the Roman god of wine. This lowered the social standards around drinking at the time, and people began to have wild parties or bacchanals. This graphic portrays the drinking and promiscuity which was a big part of the bacchanals.
2015 – Supreme E.T Skateboard Deck
This Supreme skateboard deck features artwork from the classic movie, “E.T.”. I’m sure most of you have seen “E.T.” before, but if you haven’t and you’re into movies where an Alien meets a young boy, it might just be your new favorite movie. Anyways, as far as the image that’s on the deck, it shows the ending scene of the movie. E.T. and another main character, Elliott, are standing by the spaceship getting ready for E.T. to take off, E.T. points his glowing finger at Elliott’s head and says “I’ll be right here” before they hug and E.T. leaves.
2015 – Supreme Larry Clark Skateboard Decks
In 2015 Supreme collaborated with American film director, photographer, and film producer Larry Clark. These decks were made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Larry Clark’s film titled “Kids”. Pretty perfect collaboration for Supreme, as the movie Kids is based around teenagers growing up in New York City, much centered around punk/skateboard culture. Each image on each different Supreme skateboard deck features a different image taken straight out of the movie Kids, just adding Supreme’s box logo onto the images. If you’ve never seen Larry Clark’s movie Kids, I’d definitely recommend checking it out.
2015 – Supreme Planes Skateboard Deck
Not to much to say about this deck, all over graphic with different colored planes, and “Supreme New York” under each of the planes. This deck shouldn’t cost to much if you’re looking to pick one up.
2015 – Supreme Eat Me Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set, Supreme utilized their “Eat Me” graphic, which they’ve used on a few other pieces over the years. These decks are not super sought after, and should be attainable at a decent price.
2016 – Supreme Urs Fischer Skateboard Decks
In 2015 Supreme featured artwork from a Swiss conceptual artist named Urs Fischer. Fischer is known for using everyday objects, but portrays the passage of time, and it’s effect on those everyday objects. With this Supreme skateboard deck set Fischer shows a cigarette in different degrees of degradation.
2016 – Supreme Dash Snow Skateboard Decks
In 2016 Supreme also featured artwork from a New York artist named Dash Snow. He was known for his collage-styled works which often featured things that are typically considered bad, but adding layers and small features to recreate the things in a new light. Dash Snow has created tons of amazing pieces, and it’s only right for Supreme to honor him for all the work he created in his tragically short life (1981-2009).
2016 – Supreme Mendini Skateboard Decks
For this 2016 deck set Supreme featured artwork from an Italian designer/architect named Alessandro Mendini. Mendini played a big part in the development of Italian design, and currently runs his own practice in Milan called the Atelier Mendini. His work is very unique with the way he collages colors and designs, this Supreme skateboard deck set is a great example of his works.
2016 – Supreme Blade Whole Car Skateboard Decks
With this Supreme deck set, Supreme features artwork from a graffiti artist named Blade (Steven Ogburn). Blade is widely considered one of the most influential graffiti writers of all time. He graffitied over 5,000 subway trains, and was given the title “King of Graffiti” in the early 80’s. Another legend added to Supreme’s archive with this one.
2016 – Supreme AntiHero Skateboard Decks
For this deck set Supreme collaborated with a skateboard company named AntiHero Skateboards. AntiHero was founded in 1995, a year after Supreme was created, although AntiHero tends to be fairly strict as far as being a skateboard company compared to Supreme, as Supreme tends to go pretty far out of the skateboard company category as far as the items they release nowadays.
2016 – Supreme Capone-N-Noreaga The War Report Skateboard Deck
For this deck Supreme collaborated with legendary New York City hip hop group Capone-N-Noreaga (CNN). Supreme paid homage to CNN’s debut studio album titled “The War Report” released in 1997. This deck features the album artwork for CNN’s “The War Report” album, just adding Supreme’s branding onto the artwork.
2016 – Supreme Spin Skateboard Decks
This Supreme skateboard deck set was not a collaboration with any artists or groups. Although it’s said to be Supreme playing on the Tide Detergent logo.
2017 – Supreme Louis Vuitton Boite Skateboard Trunk
This is one of the crazier decks in this archive. Mostly based on the fact that to actually get the deck, you had to buy this Supreme Louis Vuitton skateboard trunk, which retailed for $54,500. The trunk came with the deck, a tool kit, trucks, wheels, and a shoulder strap. Also crazy to see Supreme collaborating with Louis Vuitton, when 17 years before Louis Vuitton filed a lawsuit against Supreme for using their monogram design.
2017 – Supreme Digi Skateboard Decks
These Supreme decks featured an image of actress/model Rosa Acosta. The picture was shot by American fashion photographer, Terry Richardson. Richardson has shot advertising campaigns for Supreme, Tom Ford, Yves Saint Laurent, and many more famous companies.
2017 – Supreme Flowers Skateboard Decks
Non collaboration deck set, flowers design by Supreme.
2017 – Supreme Michael Jackson Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set Supreme collaborated with the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. The picture itself is from Michael Jackson’s iconic “Billie Jean” video. A great way to honor the legend after he passed away in 2009.
2017 – Supreme Mike Hill Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set, Supreme featured artwork by the co-founder of the OG skateboard company, Alien Workshop. Hill made a name for himself artistically by merging photographic and 3D shapes using everyday objects, and image manipulation. As you can see with these Supreme decks, Hill has a fairly unique artistic vision.
2017 – Gonz Ramm Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set Supreme worked with professional skateboarder/artist Mark Gonzales aka Gonz. Gonz is known as a pioneer for modern street skateboarding, and has worked with Supreme in the past on different pieces. Transworld Skateboarding Magazine even named Gonz the “Most Influential Skateboarder of all Time” in 2011!
2017 – Supreme Andres Serrano Blood and Semen Skateboard Deck
For this deck Supreme featured artwork by a photographer/artist named Andres Serrano. Serrano has made tons of artwork, he was even behind Metallica’s “Load” album cover. He’s known for using bodily fluids in his artwork, such as the Load album, which features the exact same concept as the Supreme deck.
2017 – Supreme Scarface Shower Skateboard Deck
For this deck Supreme collaborated with Scarface (1983 Movie). I’d definitely recommend checking out the movie if you haven’t seen it, but this deck features an image from the movie. The movie is about a cuban immigrant in Miami, and him rising as a powerful drug pin.
2017 – Supreme Scarface Split Skateboard Deck
This is the other deck dropped in the Supreme/Scarface collaboration. As far as the artwork goes, Supreme played on the movie cover artwork for Scarface. Supreme just changed where it said “Scarface” to say “Supreme”.
2017 – Supreme Akira Syringe Skateboard Deck
For this deck Supreme collaborated with a Japanese manga series released in 1989, called Akira. The creator of Akira, Katsuhiro Otomo, said in an interview that he turned down collaborating with Supreme a few times in the past before he finally agreed to do the collaboration. If you’re wondering about the graphic they used for this deck, Akira is based around a post World War II world where Tokyo was hit with a nuclear bomb and destroyed, which leads to terrorism, drug usage (hence the syringe deck), and gang violence.
2017 – Supreme Akira Neo-Tokyo Skateboard Deck
This is the other deck that dropped in the Supreme/Akira collaboration. Artwork is based around the nuclear bomb that hit Tokyo in Akira, just adding Supreme over the top of the manga graphic.
2017 – Supreme Cindy Sherman Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set Supreme featured artwork from an American photographer/film director named Cindy Sherman. Sherman is best known for her conceptual portraits. The deck on the left is called “Untitled #181”, and the deck on the right is called “Untitled #175”, both featuring artwork from her Grotesque Series.
2018 – Supreme Chicken Dinner Skateboard Decks
A fairly simple set of Supreme decks, featuring Supreme’s chicken dinner graphic, which was utilized on t-shirts as well for Supreme’s spring/summer 2018 season.
2018 – Supreme Lee Logo Skateboard Decks
These Supreme decks feature original artwork from a Puerto Rican artist, named Lee Quiñones. Quiñones gained popularity from the New York City Subway graffiti movement, and his work is also featured on a hyped up denim jacket, also dropping for Supreme’s spring/summer 2018 season.
2018 – Supreme Skull Pile Skateboard Deck
For this Supreme skateboard deck, Supreme used a green skull print, said to be inspired by what Juicy J wore in his “Stay Fly” video. Travis Scott was also photographed in a Liquid Blue shirt with the same exact graphic.
2018 – Supreme Illegal Business Skateboard Decks
For this Supreme skateboard deck set, Supreme utilized their Illegal Business Controls America, or IBCA graphic. Supreme originally released a collection featuring their IBCA graphic in 2006, and then 12 years later they brought it back!
2018 – Supreme Misty and Jimmy Paulette Skateboard Deck
This Supreme skateboard deck featured artwork from an American photographer named Nan Goldin. Nan’s most known for her work based around a very raw 80’s New York lifestyle. Her work was much centered around human sexuality, along with the love and loss which often comes along with the party lifestyle she was living.
2018 – Supreme Kim in Rhinestones Skateboard Deck
Another Supreme deck featuring artwork by Nan Goldin. This deck’s graphic features a transexual performer in a rhinestone bejeweled thong.
2018 – Supreme Nan as a Dominatrix Skateboard Deck
The last of the Supreme decks featuring artwork by Nan Goldin. This graphic features Nan herself wearing dominatrix drag.