Supreme Unveils a Portrait of Muhammad Ali by Andy Warhol, Alongside Spring 2016 Tees

A Polaroid of the champ, plus four t-shirt styles
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As part of Andy Warhol's "Athlete" Polaroid series, the pop artist shot a portrait of Muhammad Ali in 1977. Supreme has applied that image of the champ in repose on a pullover hoodie and short-sleeve crewneck tee, both of which release this week alongside four graphic tees. Previewed here yesterday, the t-shirts are mostly adorned with motifs we've previously seen throughout the Spring/Summer 2016 collection at large, including Betty Boop, Gonz's "Butterly" artwork and the brand's Motion Logo. A "Productions" long-sleeve tee rounds out the range. The goods launch tomorrow, April 21st, at Supreme's New York, L.A., London and Paris stores, as well as online at supremenewyork.com. A Japanese launch follows on Saturday, April 23rd.

Release Dates:
4/21/2016 (Thursday) - New York, L.A., London, Paris and online.
4/23/2016 (Saturday) - Japan

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