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If you’ve had the chance to check out Supreme‘s recent SS18 preview, then you would have seen the iconic Skull Pile print make an appearance. The green skull glow-in-the-dark motif was notably worn by Juicy J in Three 6 Mafia’s “Stay Fly” music video from their 2005 release, “The Known Unknown.”

The graffiti-style graphics were featured in a Supreme x Vans sneaker leak as well as the brand’s upcoming Spring/Summer bomber jacket below.

Spring/Summer 2018

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If previous sell-out times are anything to go by, we’re expecting quick sales for the upcoming SS18 capsule. Considering a purchase of this particular jacket might not be guaranteed, as well as expensive (it’s leather), the people behind wholesale site Liquid Blue has got you covered with a cheaper alternative.

With almost 25 years in the business, the Rhode Island-based store first made waves with its custom made tie-dye T-shirts for The Grateful Dead. Eventually transitioning into supplying licensed merchandise, the company became an official vendor for the likes of AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, and The Sex Pistols.

While rock-affiliated T-shirts dominate the site’s sales, fortunately, the company also has the plug on the skull pile print T-shirt. Retailing for only $24.95, eager shoppers can cop the item now without breaking the bank.

Just in case you missed it, check out Supreme’s politically-charged Martin Luther King items.

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Candice Nembhard is a writer and journalist based in Berlin.

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