07.03.15 / Permalink / Comments (0)

From the Book: Freedom of Creation

It's been a while since we posted something from the Art & Sole book, so here's an excellent art-based collaboration between Freedom of Creation and Onitsuka Tiger...

18.02.15 / Permalink / Comments (0)

KangaROOS & Ollanski

To celebrate their 35th anniversary, KangaROOS commissioned paper artist Ollanski (Oliver Bieräugel) to create 12 sneaker sculptures - one for each of the brand's signature models...

16.12.14 / Permalink / Comments (0)

Rob Flowers

As you may have seen, we've just launched the latest in our ongoing series of screenprints and it's by London-based illustratior Rob Flowers. To help celebrate the launch, we thought we'd show you some of Rob's other sneaker-related work here on the blog...

25.11.14 / Permalink / Comments (0)

Joost van Brug & Nike

Referencing the speed and perpetual movement of sport shoes, Amsterdam-based art director and photographer Joost van Brug has created this hypnotic series of 24 photographs using a long exposure and various Nike sneakers...

09.11.14 / Permalink / Comments (0)

Mr. Plant

This month, we've stumbled across a very unusual sneaker art project by Mr. Plant (a.k.a Christophe Guinet) - a French artist and craftsman who creates stunning projects and sculptures inspired by nature...

21.10.14 / Permalink / Comments (0)

adidas: The Left Right Project

Recently, over on his Instagram feed, artist Sam Flores posted a retrospective look at the adidas Left Right Project he took part in back in 2008. As it's something we've always been meaning to cover here on the blog, we dug a little deeper to take a look at the project in more detail...

19.10.14 / Permalink / Comments (0)

Modla & Damilola Odusote & Converse

We've previously written about the collaborative work between the 3D printing consultancy Modla and artist Damilola Odusote - when they created their Nike Air Force 1 themed sneaker. Continuing on from that project, the two have once again teamed up to create a new artwork, specially commissioned by Converse...

31.08.14 / Permalink / Comments (0)

Steph Morris

After the recent deluge of vector-based sneaker illustrations, Manchester-based illustrator Steph Morris takes a contrasting approach with these intricate hand-drawn sneaker artworks...