HUF has partnered with the late, legendary cartoonist Vaughn Bodé's son Mark for a collaborative collection celebrating the family's visual legacy.

Born in New York and based in San Francisco, Mark Bodé is best known for his work on the sci-fi comic series Cobalt 60 and as the creator of the hit comic Miami Mice. His father was a pioneer of underground comics who heavily influenced the 1980s hip hop and street art movements, with graffiti writers such as Seen and Dondi integrating Bodé characters into their pieces. Since his father's passing, Mark has made it his mission to keep the Bodé style alive.

The collaborative collection includes original illustrations across a range of jackets, fleece, tees, hats, socks, and accessories, honoring the Bodé's distinct vision. The collaboration is being released today, June 20th at HUF's flagship stores, online shop, and finer retailers worldwide.

In addition to the collection, Mark Bodé has customized 12 limited-edition canvas 'Painter's Jackets' with iconic Bodé artwork. The jackets will be available exclusively at HUF's Los Angeles, New York City, and Tokyo flagship stores, as well as online.