For Holiday 2011, longtime cornerstone of the SF/LA skate scene HUF has released a capsule collection featuring the artwork of seminal NYC graffiti artist interhaze.com”>Eric Haze. Haze was behind one of the iconic tags of the 1970’s in New York, and rose through the 1980’s to become one of the most prolific and respected street artists in the world. As graffiti matured and was adopted by the gallery set, Haze evolved too – opening his own design studio in 1986 to express the vitality and grit of street culture through graphic design. interhaze.com”>Haze went on to launch a clothing line of his own in 1993, which was a precursor to the streetwear boom of subsequent years. After all this time, his clean and iconic hand style is as relevant as ever, and refreshingly simple and attractive – which makes it a great compliment to Huf’s own clean perspective on streetwear. The collection consists of a series of three t-shirts, snapback hats, and a vibrant skate deck, all available now at http://store.hufworldwide.com/collections/haze”>HUF. It’s a solid collection for any HUF fan, and there are some must-cops for HAZE fans. Check out the collection after the jump, and go to http://store.hufworldwide.com/collections/haze”>HUF to buy.