Design
Where form meets function
12 more

One of the biggest talking points in the FW17 roll-out, we can now peep an in-depth look at Supreme’s upcoming collaboration with controversial artist Andres Serrano.

As discussed in further depth here, Serrano’s controversial work explores religion, sexuality and death, with some critics going as far to label him as the original shock artist. His most infamous piece is Piss Christ, an artwork released in 1987 which saw him submerge a photo of Christ in his own urine. Serrano has also been known to use blood, semen and breast milk in his works.

The collection comprises hoodies, T-shirts, sweatpants, and a Vans collaboration featuring Sk8-Hi, Chukka and Old Skool silhouettes. As well as Piss Christ, the range takes inspiration from Serrano’s Madonna and Child II and Blood and Semen II works.

The Andres Serrano x Supreme drop makes up part of this week’s release and launches in-store at Supreme’s New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris locations, as well as the online store from September 21. Those in Japan can cop on September 23.

What do you think of the collection? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Here are the best #snobsots from last week.

What To Read Next