October 22, 2009 BY Aaron Kr.
We’ve recently been paying tribute to the connection between art and sneakers with our Air Jordan and Nike SB Dunk photography showcases and now we take a look at the newest work from Gabriel Dishaw. Last month, we gave you a look at one of the more creative sneaker art endeavors ever produced, Dunk Low and Terminator High sculptures that Gabriel created using metal scraps, nuts, bolts and computer parts among other things. The pics of Dishaw’s work were a big hit with our readers and now we get a pic at his new masterpiece, the Blazer Pentium 1.0. Once again, he has made use of circuit boards and other computer guts, as well as some copper wire and various other metal goodies. As you can see, there is some serious attention to detail here right down to the Nike branding on the tongue and heel. Keep reading after the jump for some more pics and stay tuned for more of Gabriel Dishaw’s amazing sneaker sculpture art in the future. Via NSB.
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