Dennis Lee Hopper, did, does, and always will represent the iconoclast, the revolution of creative self-expression, the culture of Vans. From Easy Rider to Apocalypse Now to Blue Velvet, on canvases portraying everything from abstract expressionism to photorealism, in photographic portraits on film and paper, Hopper’s maniacal pursuits illustrated a rare genius.

Before we lost one of American art, film and photography’s most influential iconoclasts, Dennis Hopper gave Vans a very special opportunity to collaborate on a curated collection of footwear and apparel featuring some of his very favorite work; 74 years of rebellious brilliance, culled into a small, sincere collection befitting a lifetime of fearless style.