To celebrate the 45th anniversary of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon, Nike has made a pair of shoes that'll make you feel like every step you take is on the moon. Because of the all over lunar print, the silhouette of the shoe completely disappears and makes it look like the shoe is made from moon rock.
Gabriel Dishaw, an artist, sculpted a pair of nikes from old computer parts. We're talking motherboards, chipsets, power connectors, USB ports, and even an old typewriter case coming together to re-create the Air Max+ 2011. It's an absolutely stunning piece of art that took 90 hours to complete. [Freshness Mag via …
Nike recently challenged 78 artists to remix and adapt the function of Nike shoes. Nick Marsh, one of the contestants, took a pair of Air Maxes and imported the internals of a Wii Balance Board to turn his shoes into controllers.