Unveiling its newest store in Seoul earlier this month, Supreme introduced "PIGGY", their fresh skate-centric movie, marking their initial venture in Asia beyond Japan. Brought to life by Supreme's seasoned videographers William Strobeck, Johnny Wilson, and Alex Greenberg, "PIGGY" showcases Seoul's vibrant scenes, predominantly captured in a classic black-and-white lens.
Despite its crisp duration of 13:14 — a noticeable contrast to Strobeck’s previous works like 2018's "Blessed" that stretched close to two hours — "PIGGY" is brimming with remarkable performances. From iconic team members to the emerging skate stars of South Korea, the film doesn’t disappoint. The star-studded cast features talents like Mark Gonzales, Kader Sylla, Rowan Zorilla, and more, including local Korean skaters like Seungwook Jee and Sun Woo Moon. Among the movie’s myriad highlights, Gonzales dazzles with his signature flair, Kadow delivers an audacious segment, while Sylla's switch flip and Stain's striking ollie to ramp transition remain memorable.
As a tradition of sorts, Supreme's recent store launches, such as in Milan and Berlin back in 2021, were also paired with unique video releases, named "Stallion" and "Mind Goblin" respectively. Dive into "PIGGY" in full to experience it all.