Fresh off the recent HUF x Peanuts capsule, the brand has now aligned with New York concept store STORY and the Peanuts Global Artist Collective, for a limited-edition series of skate decks featuring artwork by Charles Schulz, renowned for creating the comic strip, Peanuts.

The featured skate decks have been reinterpreted by seven select Peanuts Collective artists, which includes André Saraiva, Nina Chanel Abney, AVAF, FriendsWithYou, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Rob Pruitt, and Kenny Scharf. Each artist has applied their own creative spin on Schulz’s iconic art and characters with the usage of vibrant colors, distinctive motifs and more for a contemporary twist.

Priced at $80 USD each, you can learn more about the special skate decks and shop the entire line at STORY, HUF's flagship locations, and online store now.

In other design news, Daniel Arsham wants you to break his CRACKED BEAR sculpture.

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