"Haute Charcuterie Sneakers" by the Swiss graphic design firm BlackYard. These were presented at Art Clash 2009, where teams of artists were challenged to customize Nike Air Force One sneakers, Frietag bags, the back door of a car, and more. See more photos at High Snobiety.
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Forget meat shorts, how about some meat sneakers? The result of heavy marketing, design it yourself options, (and Mishka Barton), Keds appear to be cool enough to wear again. All the shoes customers have designed and ordered are featured (by category) on Zazzle.com.
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Adding to the podiatric pantheon of food-inspired footwear (Supra for Stubbs BBQ) comes this collaboration between Asics and Japanese retailer Gettry. The Asics x Gettry Procourt AR comes in all the colors of meat and cheese, lettuce and tomato, ketchup and mustard — right down to a perforated upper that resembles a seeded bun and [...]
This Friday, discerning connoisseurs of both footwear and barbecue will be able to get their hands on Stubb's Skytop SXSW Edition, a limited-edition sneaker issued by the eponymous Austin BBQ to coincide with this week's festivities. The 50 pairs in existence come inside a hand numbered wooden box, alongside an apron and a jar of [...]