The go-to for the likes of Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus, Exodus, Arch Enemy, Mortician, Bloodbath and more, Riddick’s resume makes for a collaboration rooted in authenticity.
Reiterating the brand’s knack for keeping their followers guessing, The Hundreds have announced a new collaboration with death metal art authority, Mark Riddick.
Championed for this visual contributions to the culture of death, thrash, and black metal, Riddick has served as the go to for artwork for an unreal collection of artists that stretch across generations old and new.
Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, Autopsy, Bloodbath, Carnifex, Deceased, Dethklok, Dying Fetus, Exodus, Gatecreeper, Grave, Hirax, Horrendous, Internal Bleeding, Morbid Angel, Mortician, Revocation, Rotting Christ, Suffocation, The Black Dahlia Murder, Thy Art Is Murder, and Warbringer are just a quick reference list of his body of work.
Riddick’s sinister signature has reinstated outside the world of metal and permeated into pop and hip-hop. Artists such as Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Pusha-T, and City Morgue have commisioned the artist for his craft.
It’s that kind of credibility that segues into his most recent venture into the realm of of streetwear with Los Angeles based tastemakers, The Hundreds. The tandem have t-shirts, long sleeves, hoodies, pants, hats, and a mechanic’s jacket.
The collaboration marks the fourth time the artist has teamed up with The Hundreds. In tandem with the launch of the collection, Riddick has curated a playlist of what in his current rotation for The Hundreds AUX DUTY feature. Check the list and shop the collection – HERE