Freehand Profit doesn’t care what you think. He doesn’t care how upset it might make you if he chops up one of the most coveted sneaker releases in recent memory an appropriates it into his own piece of art. The sneaker that gets his buzz-saw treatment here is the Air Jordan V “Bin 23″ that pair from the seemingly extinct and exceedingly hard to find premio series of releases. See the the transformed Air Jordan V, a gas mask in tune with the out of this world looks we’ve come to expect from this off the wall sneaker artist, right after the jump.
This gas mask is a piece of what is commonly known as, 'art.' Some of you gimps obviously have no concept of what makes up a piece of 'art,' and all your brains can process is money and your pathetic attempts to have 'swag.'
smfh at corny wanna be sneakerheads like yourself. This dude gets money to create these masks you idiot. It's not like he cuts up his own collection. ANd if he does, fuck it. Look at all the publicity he's getting. I think he should do this more often with these sneakers. At the end of the day they're just shoes. Chill.
@NYCNATIVE917 lmfao i think you agreed with me and insulted me at the same time. when i said "narrow minded" i was tlking bout the people who are losing there minds over this mans hustle. and i was comparing that to what other people think of the sneaker culture when we "lose our minds" over a galaxy foamposite or some lebron corks, or even some bin v's? obviously, id love to have these, but oh well? like you said and i said, they are just shoes.and im glad i interacted with the man who determines if your a sneakerhead or not. lol you new yorkers are really into yourselves huh? have a nice day "sneaker head king" @NYCNATIVE917