When it comes to sneakers, the Eytys formula is pretty clear: It's all about high-quality craftsmanship and clean, simple design; however, the Swedish-based brand does occasionally stray from this no-frills aesthetic in order to give its customers something a bit bolder. We’ve seen this mostly in its collaborations with artists like Ryhs Coren and Sasha Kurmaz, who each worked with Eytys on several pairs of all-over print sneakers.

And now, for Fall 2015, the brand has tapped Philadelphia ceramicist Jessica Hans to help create a small collection of abstract-patterned low tops and high tops.

Inspired by the work of Miró and Keith Haring, these sneakers feature a striking black-and-white pattern with Eytys signature details, such as a vulcanized rubber sole, waxed laces, and a purple tab on the back.

You can take a look at the designs in the images above and below. The sneakers will be available this Thursday exclusively at 10 Corso Como, the Eytys Stockholm location, or the Eytys online store