July 1st, 2013 by Brendan Dunne / 9
If you’ve ever coveted one of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low releases but never managed to get your hands on them, then this one might hurt your feelings just a little bit. Freehand Profit’s latest project features two different Dunks a decade apart, the original black based Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low from 2002 and the fire red one that came around in 2012. After getting smashed together and morphed into gasmask form, the models were then upgraded with the awesome use of electroluminescent wire, giving the shoes a light up look that we’ve never really seen on a retail release. Get more of Freehand Profit’s handiwork from this Supreme project just after the jump.
This is freaking awesome I wish I could afford this...this is epic sneaker art...people need to stop hating
ugliest idea EVER hey lets make a mask out of OLD SHOES.... really like come ON NOW this is getting RIDICULOUS and NO this is not ART... this is TRASH
I applaud this guy and respect his artistry. People forget that these are just fake leather, laces and rubber sometimes.
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