Supreme (The Book)

Yes, you read it correctly. A Supreme book.

This book is incredible. A large coffee table book (about A4) filled with rad photos of rad people from back in the day rocking Supreme. Not only is this book full of cool pics to stare at, it’s also very informative and gives a great insight into the cult skate brand and what it’s been through since it’s conception in ’94. As if that wasn’t enough reason to purchase this book, it also has a timeline of products at the back, including skate decks, caps and tees. In short, this is the ultimate Supreme reference tool (that is available to purchase).

The small details of this book are amazing. The paper sleeve that covers the book features a pixelated shot of a skater doing what looks most likely to be a kickflip with Supreme stickers all over his haggard board. Underneath that you’ve got your usual book blurb and a Supreme logo … which are actually printed on a separate piece of paper. If you don’t get where I’m going with this, let me explain; you can remove all information from the book cover, leaving only the stickers on the board as an indication of what this book is about. Subtlety in true Supreme style. Or you can remove the paper cover all together to reveal a white hardback book with a phat Red Supreme logo on it. Blatant in true Supreme style. Take your pick.

You can (and should) pick up a copy of this limited edition masterpiece in-store and online now at Amazon.

Alex Synamatix

One of three co-founders at THE DAILY STREET, Alex is our Editor-in-Chief, overseeing all TDS activity. Outside of TDS, Alex is a respected creative in his own right, from art directing club nights (comm•une) to consulting for some of the largest global brands.

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