Evan of Revive Customs thinks up a new idea for a custom every 10 minutes. He can draw inspiration from the most random conversations and when he puts his brush to a sneaker, it transforms. He is known most for his clean line work and for customizing vintage sneakers that most customizers would never dream of touching, including the coveted Nike Air Command Force. Recently, Revive Customs got the attention of filmmaker Spike Lee when he created a pair of Radio Raheem inspired Nike Air Revolutions, a tribute to the character from Spike Lee's 1989 film Do The Right Thing. Spike now owns that one-of-one and a pair of New York Knicks themed Cole Haan shoes, which he calls his lucky pair and is spotted wearing often while courtside at Madison Square Garden.