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Air Jordan VI Sculpture

August 31, 2011 BY / 25

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It’s unfortunate the Air Jordan VI ‘Silver Anniversary’ never released, because an all-white pair of Air Jordan VIs would’ve been downright irresistible (and the Air Jordan VI customs would’ve been even more insane). Here’s a look at an all-white giant-sized sculpture of the Air Jordan VI; from the overall dimensions of the shoe to the finite details in the perforations on the upper, the realism in this adroitly crafted piece of art is as mind-blowing as the sheer execution of the project. No word if the sculptor, who goes by Mr-loverman El Hedonista, has plans on painting the shoe into a well-known Air Jordan VI colorway, but it certainly is impressive in its current state. We’ve got more detailed images of this sick piece of sneaker art so take a look below and let us know what you think. via MN.

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