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Foot Locker Art Prize Contest Winner

July 29, 2011 BY / 0

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Foot Locker is no stranger to sneaker-centric competitions, having just this year created a 3-point shootout online game and run a March Madness contest, but their latest was by far the most intensive.  The Foot Locker Art Prize was dubbed ‘The World’s Richest Colouring Competition’ thanks to the $50,001 grand prize afforded to 24 year old Brisbane, Austrailia native Kalin Thompson on the strength of his ‘Forbidden Fruit’ work.  The insane Nike Air Force 1 Mid Thompson design was hailed by noted customizer and artist Dave White as “A complete knockout,” and it earned him the cash prize along with a 1 of 1 Air Force 1 based on his work as designed by Sekure D.  click through to see what 400 hours spent on a shoe design looks like and let us know how these works compare to the other sneaker-themed art we’ve seen here on Sneaker News.  via SF

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