Artist Creates Nike Air Max 2011 From Old Computer Parts

Artist Creates Nike Air Max 2011 From Old Computer Parts

Many shoe companies have produced kicks made from recycled materials, but none of them have looked as good as the Nike Air Max+ 2011 artist Gabriel Dishaw has sculpted from old computer parts. 

Using discard motherboards, typewriter pieces, USB ports, power connectors, and chipsets, Dishaw , a 10-year Finishline employee, crafted a beautiful homage to Nike's high-performance running shoe. 

Head on over to Freshness Mag for the full gallery of the shoe, plus an interview with Dishaw. 

Hopefully Nike peeps it as well and creates one in the future. 

[Gizmodo via Freshness Mag

 

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