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Nike & Matt Stevens Celebrate the Reinvention of #AIRMAX

March 19th, 2013 by / 1

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The name Matt Stevens should certainly ring a bell if you’re a loyalist of Nike’s original Air Max series. His Air Max 1 tributary book called the MAX100 Project displayed his personal favorite sneaker in one hundred different formats by his own interpretations. To celebrate to reinvention of Air Max and the debut of the new Engineered Mesh, Nike Sportswear teamed up with Matt to create #AIRMAX, which expands his already impressive Air Max 1 illustrations into the territory of the Air Max 90, 95, and 97, pinpointing the design inspiration, color, culture, and reinvention of each sneaker. Check out some of his artwork below and be sure to check on the #AIRMAX project on the Nike Sportswear Facebook Page.

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NO COMMENTS? AFTER ALL THESE PICS? I don't believe it... amazing work!

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