Single Line Anamorphosis of a NIKE Air Jordan

Known for its sleek unilinear artworks, Parisian creative duo DFT crafts a single line anamorphosis of a NIKE Air Jordan on its real life model, creating the illusion of wearing a piece of figurative art instead of a shoe. The artwork is transposed during a long and iterative procedure finalized by high-precision hand painting. When transposing the illustration, DFT avoided using a grid system combined with 3D software and instead opted for a mix of projection and lots of hand adjustments. Due to the specific shape of the sneaker, the artwork is a distorted perspective displaying itself perfectly from a specific standpoint only. “The physical subject and its artistic rendition overlap into one figurative delusional reality”, DFT – an abbreviation of differantly – explain. “In an ephemeral way, the artwork supersedes its subject and reality disappears on behalf of its own reinterpretation, creating an interesting contrast between tangible and intangible .” DFT’s original pieces are held around the world and the duo is currently working on making their one line art into sculptures. Also NIKE shoe is listed in TOP 20 most expensive shoes in the world.

New Porsche Design Shoes – Adidas Bounce S4 Lux Black

If you want to Bounce with Porsche Design’s Adidas sneaker collaboration, you’ll have to sacrifice kicking it with some of your favorite Benjamin Franklins. Every element of Porsche-inspired style and performance injected into the Bounce S4 Lux shoes will cost you about a hundred bucks. Jet black, lightweight, and jacked up with a suspension system, a pair of Adidas Bounce S4 Luxes are only “running shoes” in the sense the Porsche 911 is only a “car.” In addition to their standout aesthetics, Porsche Design Sport and Adidas have fitted the sneaks with a seamless 3D upper and decoupled heel housing a high-tech carbon plate. Where Porsche delivers a luxuriously smooth ride, Porsche Design Bounce S4 Lux delivers a “luxuriously smooth stride.” Porsche Design creates many intersting things, just take a look: Porsche Design Knives, Porsche Design Watches and Porsche Design Sleds.

French Artist Monsieur Plant Combines Sneakers With Nature

Today we want to show you something really interesting! French artist Christophe Guinet or more commonly known as Monsieur Plant, has created “Just Grow It”, a collection of sneakers that have been adorned with nature. Take a look!

Nike LeBron 11 Shoes

Recently Nike unveiled its latest basketball signature shoe: the LeBron 11. With its incredible design, it blends all of the brand’s latest innovations (Hyperposite, Hyperfuse, Dynamic Flywire, Lunarlon, Nike Zoom) and only weighs 14.5 oz. Its upper provides protection, containment and responsiveness, while its bottom was deconstructed to position his foot much lower to the ground to better feel the court. The Lebron 11 will be released globally on October 12h. Interesting fact – one of Nike shoes is included in the list of the most expensive shoes ever.

Reebok ATV 19+

Reebok continues to experiment in footwear design. Their forthcoming ATV 19+ kicks are meant to be an off-road vehicle compared to the highway-driving passenger vehicle of a regular pair of sneakers. ATV 19+ features 19 irregular lugs built to tear through mud, snow, grass, and sand. Rugged overlays, a padded tongue, and supportive collar for protection and comfort. Reebok’s ATV 19+ is ready to its upcoming release, set for a February 1st.

Create your Adicolor

Previously we’ve shown you posters with tagline – All Day I Dreams about Sneakers. And today we want show another creative ads from Adidas. This time it was created by spanish advertising agency TBWA. The idea was plenty simple but posters turned out definetely interesting, unusual and bright. So as always Adidas make its promo-company unforgatable!

All Day I Dream About Sneakers

Branding project "All Day I Dream About Sneakers" was created for Adidas Originals by Dimitri Kalagas and Chris Cork. The world’s most original range of sneakers were converted to unordinary sculpted models. Achieved models were used in extended compaign which included in-store posters, visual merchandising displays and a limited edition book. All sculptures as result are fully consistent with the creeds of the company – "Impossible Is Nothing" and "Celebrate Originality".