April 24, 2009 BY Aaron Kr. / 0
Reebok is once again using the artwork of late painter, Jean-Michel Basquiat to decorate some of their classic models. Basquiat set the art world on fire back in the 80’s, transitioning from homeless grafitti artist to eventually become a world famous painter after being taken under Andy Warhol’s wing. The Reebok Ex-O-Fit Hi and Freestyle have been chosen this time around to be the canvas for some chaotic Basquiat doodling. Both shoes feature black leather uppers with white print and accents, but the Ex-O-Fit uses shiny black patent leather for its base, while the Freestyle sports a duller, more faded black leather. If you are a fan of Basquiat’s work or you just think these kicks are kinda fresh, you can start checking for both pairs at select Reebok retailers some time this fall. Via HighSnobiety.
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