Skate clothing brand Huf and LA-based artist Cleon Peterson have created a line named “In killing We Live”.
The garments feature prints made by the artist, which depict extreme violence between two or more individuals, looking primitive and always naked. This collection is interesting as Peterson appropriately materializes current affairs that affect society such a police brutality, power struggle and racial issues. In the video below Peterson explains how skaters are somewhat subversive and independent whilst influencing culture, hence why the collection seemed necessary.
The range offers clothing and accessories. The prices vary from $14 to a maximum of $120 (for the reversible bomber jacket). However a few stuff have already sold out so if you are interested don’t think twice about it.