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In the world of streetwear, pretty much anything goes — even swapping out the logos of some of the most coveted brands. That is exactly what new imprint Tyson Sphinx has done with its first set of releases.
Here, we in turn see Supreme’s iconic box logo adorned with Palace tagging, and Palace’s signature motif with a Supreme notation. If you’re a fan of both brands, how could you not love these?
The parody doesn’t stop there, however. In a meta touch, the Tyson Sphinx labels themselves are a parody of AAA brand shirts, a once-prominent blank tee preferred by streetwear labels everywhere. Of course, we now know that Supreme may have since switched over to American Apparel.
Per Tyson Sphinx, “The Tyson Sphinx Revolución is officially upon us as of a few short hours ago. Eventually, solutions to all of mankind’s most pressing issues will be provided. For now, it’s just T-shirts.”
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Now take a look at what streetwear heads wore to Supreme’s FW17 drop in NYC today.