While it is true fictionalized documentaries can stir up emotions and controversy, none had such impact on a generation than Larry Clark's Kids in 1995. It not only jump started careers of Rosario Dawson and Chloe Sevigny, but introduced Harold Hunter and a cast of Lower Manhattan teenage misfits to the world. The film also put the then 18-year-old Harmony Korine to a creativity spur with subsequent directorial debut for Gummo and 15 other short films. Now as an accomplished director, cinematographer, photographer, and author, Korine will be embarking on a new venture as the next skate deck collaborator for Supreme. Comes in 2 designs, each an original artwork by Korine and available in limited sets only. Both will go on sale at Supreme's retail locations in New York, Los Angeles, and London this Thursday, October 6th. The decks will also launch on Supreme's online store the very same day with a later release in Japan this Saturday, October 8th.
October 6th, 2011 (Thursday) - NY, LA, London, & Online
October 8th, 2011 (Saturday) - Japan