June 4, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
On Thursday Sneaker News showed you the first twenty of seventy-eight outcomes of the Nike78 Artist Project. Some of the notables from the last batch were the Air Max 2003 fish-bowl by the Weiden+Kennedy Tokyo Lab and the Chicago Bulls-inspired mural by Paul Jenkins. This second batch doesn’t disappoint either; again, artists were faced with a challenge to re-define the function of Nike shoes. One artist used a pair of Waffle Racers as paint-brushes while another used his feet to mold a bowl from some clay. There’s plenty more to see so check out this second portion of the Nike78 Artist Project and let us know which piece sparks your interest.
THIS IS Studio – ‘Trainers for Voyeurs’
Steve Wilcox - ‘NIKE Horizon’
Jordan Nelson of & Smith – ‘It’s the Man that Makes the Shoes’