From SpongeBob to The Simpsons, fashion designers in streetwear are gaining style inspiration from the iconic cartoon characters of their childhood. Popular streetwear labels like Supreme and Stussy have been collaborating with their signature brand of cartoon to create unique capsule collections. Whether paying tribute to superheroes or R-rated MTV characters, these streetwear collabs represent a youthful and mellow vide. We'll keep seeing more collaborations between street brands and cartoons in the future, but in the meantime we rounded up 10 of favorite streetwear/cartoon collections to ever exist.

Neff partnered up with Disney last year to create a wide range of T-shirts, hoodies, hats and watches featuring the most iconic character of the brand, Mickey Mouse.


It was only right that Pharrell express his love for Spongebob Squarepants through his Ice Cream imprint. The collaboration featured SpongeBob and Patrick Starfish on a number of graphic tees and crewneck sweaters.


A Bathing Ape kicked off 2014 with a collab dedicated to the longest-running American sitcom, The Simpsons. The collection featured a range of varsity jackets, button-ups, tee's and hoodies with the Simpson characters and Bape's Baby Milo alongside.


In 2010, The Hundreds released a cool collab featuring the orange, fuzzy, lazy cat, Garfield. The collection included various tee's of Garfield with his gang, sweaters, and even footwear that payed homage to the Jim Davis creation.


The Bad Boys of MTV, Beavis and Butt-Head were honored in form of a collection by Stussy. In 2011 the streetwear brand created a number of tee's and crewnecks with Beavis and Butt-Head up to no good in the graphics.


This is the most recent streetwear/cartoon collab of our list. The collab predominately featured Snoopy and friends on T-shirts, hoodies, sweaters and a number of accessories.

Peanuts x A Bathing Ape

Stussy and Looney Tunes are all about the kids. Both well-known brands partnered up this year for a collection of apparel just for toddlers and youngsters. The collection featured an array of graphic tee's with the Looney Tune characters all over the shirts.


Instead of going with the beloved character of a cartoon series, 10 Deep went the opposite route and choose to go with Brutus, Popeye's number one nemesis. The rare collaboration between 10 Deep and Brutus contained tee's, hoodies and accessories.


In 2010 Supreme and Popeye collaborated for a fall/winter collaborative series. The garments were mostly military directed with an array of tees and two beanies.


Stussy and Marvel Comics have collaborated several times already since they first teamed up in 2011. A series of limited tees with our favorite super heroes causing destruction on the graphics still remain in popular demand in the streetwear culture.