On the one hand, Supreme's logo is a flip of Kruger's artwork, but it could be interpreted that it's transformative in the sense that the brand took something catering to high art and that culture, and repurposed it in the world of skating. In fact, Supreme's artist decks do just that-despite their insane aftermarket prices, any kid can go into the shop or website and buy a piece of skateable art. It's also alleged that Kruger was in talks to actually do a deck with Supreme, which purportedly fell through because she wanted her art to go on the top of the board, not the bottom.