April 28, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
Color-swap customs are the hottest trend in sneaker customization today, but this is an art form that reached today’s heights on the wings of unique designs by legendary artists like Nash Money and SBTG. Australia’s Sekure D could easily etch his own face into that Mt. Rushmore, a guy who’s crafted so many custom Dunks over the years that he could put his own spin on the infamous ‘What the Dunk’ mashup that foreshadowed the recent trend toward hybrid design. This custom Nike Dunk Low ‘What the Sekure?’ combines a huge variety of D’s handiwork into one design whose cohesion is a testament to the artist’s eye for arrangement, and they’ll be available from his e-store starting Monday.
WAY too much going on for me. But as a fellow artist, I do like the quality of the artwork, just because of the cleanliness of the whole thing. Looks like it was printed on, this guy is that good!
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