Los Angeles-based artist Blue The Great is connecting with Los Angeles-based streetwear brand The Hundreds on a new collection of apparel and accessories. If you’re not familiar with Blue The Great, you may be more familiar with his work — he did the artwork for Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers III (Deluxe), ScHoolBoy Q’s Crash Talk, any more of your favorite hip-hop projects. He also had an Air Jordan 1 Mid collab that released as part of the Fearless Ones collection.
The lookbook for the collection was shot and developed by Blue himself at his residence with social distancing and quarantine in mind. Tees and hoodies with Blue’s bubble-letter logo and The Hundreds branding are included in the collection, as well as a tee of a mummified Adam Bomb logo. Other standout pieces include a paint-covered pair of shorts and a ceramic rolling tray, clones of Blue’s own paint-covered overalls and palette.
The Blue The Great x The Hundreds collection will be available starting April 2nd on thehundreds.com. Check out the lookbook images below.
For more The Hundreds news, check out their recently released Roald Dahl collection.