1 Apr
Korean artist lifts Nike & N.A.S.A. to the moon for Air Max Day

Just a few days ago, Nike and Nike-shoe enthusiasts celebrated Air Max Day, a Nike holiday of sorts which commemorates the release of the original Air Max 1 back in 1987. The celebration is in honor of the athletic shoe that changed the expectations of what a running shoe could be in terms of fit, function […]


14 Aug
Sydney artist riffs on a familiar streetwear motif

This past June we highlighted the work of Filfury’s Nike Air Max Handguns — a cheeky yet subversive riff on hot button issues such as gun control and sweatshop conditions. Now the Sydney artist is back with another collection of sneaker-based art — this time eschewing weapons for another streetwear staple: skulls. Who doesn’t love […]


11 Jun
Sneaker art gets cheekily subversive

This should prove to be a cheekily controversial piece. Graphic designer Phil Robson, otherwise known as Filfury, has decided to conflate two of the more hot button issues of the day into one single piece (or pieces, rather). The Sydney artist has taken two of Nike’s most popular silhouettes — the Nike Air Max 90 […]


3 Oct
Air Force 180s, Air Max 1s and Dunk Lo’s... in canine form

Much like that rad Stormtrooper Helmet crafted from Adidas Superskate sneakers, the British designer Vinti Andrews has similarly crafted a series of dogs — all made from classic Nike kicks like Air Force 180s, Air Max 1s and Dunk Lo’s. Best part of all is you can actually purchase them — pick them up now […]