September 8, 2010 BY John Kim
It’s hard to tell the difference between a Nike in-store display or an pop-up art installment at the Guggenheim. Check out this sick Nike LunarGlide+ 2 display at Nike Harajuku, in which hundreds of LunarGlide+ 2s are hanging in mid-air like a priceless chandelier, arranged in a pyramidal prism with a color gradient scheme. The Lunar cushioning is supposed to give you the walking-on-the-moon feel and this suspended structure of sorts is just another form expression for Lunar. We’ve seen some jaw-dropping displays this year, like the Air Attack in New York City as well as the Black Mamba invasion in Beijing; which of the three displays did you like best? Continue reading for another look and let us know which Nike display was best.
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