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Art & Sole Nike Cortez iD Project

March 20, 2012 BY / 0

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Back in 2008, Innercity Design released a sneaker-themed art book entitled Art & Sole.  The book evolved into a blog, which has in turn given a spotlight to sneaker-inspired art and new collaborations with the hottest designers and artists.  The whole thing comes full circle with the book’s mini format releasing in conjunction with the Art & Sole Nike Cortez iD Project, a quartet of Try-On grey colorups that add a contrasting sockliner that coordinates with each respective pair’s associated artwork.  The super-limited 40-pair-per-color run just finished up its four-day staggered release, the contributing artists’ work will remain on display at NIKEiD Studio Boxpark through April and you can see a bunch of images after the jump below.

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