Reflecting the beautiful and unique patterns of koi scales, these customs feature an orange and white upper. Dynamic and bold the scales travel along the body of the sneakers. The sneakers are accompanied by a handcrafted dust bag. On two pieces of white fabric, an orange screen and a black screen were printed. The pieces were then sewn together with a loop for a shoelace to tighten the top of the bag.
Inspired by printed tights, these customs feature a unique tribal print. Intricacy meets boldness as the print wraps around the upper of the shoe. Black accents were also added in the midsole and the upper to make the print pop.
Inspired by A$AP Rocky's song "Fashion Killa," these Air Max 1's feature a bold leopard print upper. Going away from a natural palette, the vibrant red and yellow are the focal point of any outfit. Utilizing the natural texture of the engineered mesh, the leopard print takes on a three-dimensional effect. Black heel counters, eyelets, and laces were also added to the design.
Created after the USA Men's Basketball team won the gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics. Inspired by the Nike KD IV "Gold Medal," this design featured a crisp gold upper. Patriotic true blue and crimson accents were added to connect the design to the medal winners. The Jumpman logos were also painted as an ode to Michael Jordan's podium attire from the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
A low-top version of 2008's Nike Dunk High Pro SB "Dr. Feelgood." The 2008 high-tops were an ode to Mötley Crüe's 1989 Album Dr. Feelgood.
Inspired by the artwork for WZRD's 2012 self-titled album. The album blended hip-hop and alternative rock through the production of Kid Cudi and Dot da Genius. The color palette was pulled from the album cover and the cloud waves were inspired by simple graphic prints. The airbrushed blue on the midsole also added a lightweight touch to the design.