Supreme has teamed up with Mark Flood for their latest series of artist skate decks. Flood is known primarily for his collages and cultural commentary (what artist isn't?), and his collaborative decks with Supreme are fairly simple. The phrases "Mom Died" and "Dad Died" are overlayed on a black/white patterned background that seems to resemble asphalt. On one hand, I'm not an art critic, but on the other, these catchphrases seem like they could be stickers on fire hydrants across lower Manhattan. Aesthetically speaking, they're fairly interesting, but if you're the type to hang skate decks up in your living space, maybe it's not the best idea to display that your parents are deceased all out in the open like that off the rip. Regardless, these are a conversation starter for sure.