As part of Air Max Day, Nike have commissioned Manchester-based photographer, Glackster, to produce a project titled Microdudes, based on the HTM sneaker.

Famed for his footwear photography in which he uses miniature custom-made models to channel the sneaker's theme, he applies his trademark technique to Nike’s HTM shoes. Using Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Air Max LD-Zero H, Tinker Hatfield’s Air Max 90 Superfly-Ultra T and Mark Parker’s Air Max Ultra M, Glackster perfectly formulates the idea of each sneaker associated with the brand's holy trinity of design.

For the Air Max LD-Zero he highlights Fujiwara’s keen eye for detail. Tinker’s Air Max 90 is built on the concept of him being an architect who brings concepts from his mind, to paper. As for Parker, the Air Max Ultra is about him pushing the science behind the swoosh and making visions clearer than looking through a glass window.

For a look at Glackster’s Air Max Day 'Microdudes HTM' photography, scroll down to the gallery below where the man himself explains the ideas behind his concepts.