Sotheby’s to Auction the Only Complete Archive of Supreme Skate Decks in Private Hand
Starting January 11, Friday morning, Supreme will be auctioning a complete archive of Supreme skateboard decks. The decks are open to the public exhibition until 20th of January, but bidding closes on the 25th of January. The lot of boards are estimated to sell together for around $1 million. Sotheby’s says this will be the only opportunity for “Supreme enthusiasts to acquire what is likely to remain the only complete collection in private hands.”
Private Supreme collector, Ryan Fuller, is offering decks produced anywhere from 1998 to 2018. These boards illustrate the importance Supreme has to it’s cult following. Every deck for sale has been produced over the course of 20 years, demonstrating the evolution of the streetwear brand.
Some of the highlights that Fuller’s collection contain, the rare and desired monogram Louis Vuitton decks, including a recalled set from 2000, and the Louis Vuitton and Supreme Boîte skateboard trunk and deck from 2017. The collection also contain boards from collaborations with artists such as Dan Colen, George Condo, Ryan McGinness, Nate Lowman, Damien Hirst, KAWS, Takashi Murakami, and many more.
Images courtesy of Sotheby’s