Millions of Custom Nike Trainers

Not quite millions but more than you can shake a stick at. 22 year old Brass Monki has created loads of really innovative designs like this one of Bob Marley

Bob Marley Nike Sneaker

and the awesome Dr Robotnik

Dr Robotnik Nike trainers

but then he goes all corporate and does this monstrosity

Google Nike Sneakers

We’re not sure who would be seen dead in these but there’s always someone. Coming soon they also have Firefox and Twitter shoes. Just think how cool you would feel when sitting in Starbucks in your Twitter trainers….using Twitter! Everyone else would think you’re an idiot but don’t let that stop you.

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Nike Air – Powered by Havana Club

It’s been a while since we spotted as innovative a use of a pair of shoes as this. As part of a challenge issued by rum maker Havana Club, people have been tasked with taking an everyday object and turning it into something new.  In response to this, sneaker customiser Nash has turned a pair of Nike Air Force 1 into a set of speakers!

Nike Air Force 1 speakers

I think you’ll all agree that these are awesome and have to be one of the best ways to show off your new Air Force 1 (other than rocking them through the city!)

Havana Nike Air Speakers

The amount of work and detail that’s gone into these is amazing. We can’t even imagine where you would start but we are prepared to take a drill to an old of pair Caterpillar boots and have a go.

Havana Club Nike Air Force 1

We’re not sure what the sound would be like but we want a set of these very badly!

If you want to enter the competition then head along to the Havana Club Facebook page

 

Trainers Made from Cardboard

Let’s get back down to earth after the last post’s extravagance. While we’re at it, let’s save the planet with some fashionable recycling!

Have a look at what the guys from www.ihavepop.com created:

trainers made from cardboard

They managed to make Nike Blazer High, Adidas Superstar, New Balance 574 and Puma Clyde by only using the boxes the the trainers came in – clever stuff! We don’t think that you’d be able to wear them down the shops on a rainy Saturday we’re really impressed by the level of detail that they gone to on their creations, 10 out of 10!

cardboard New Balance 574