David Brownings is an illustrator based in Bristol and is currently in his 2nd year at UWE Bristol.
Pop up books
different types of pens and paper
things that people have made with their hands
hand drawn type
tea (milk, 3 sugars)
His paper art…look at these paper shoes!
Bread shoes by twin siblings R & E Praspaliauskas come in various designs and bread recipes. They even make mini bread shoes for kids.
“Edible… dries itself… made from bread… first in fashion… needs no pressing…feels good in dry climate… won’t sag” –The Praspaliauskas
Interested in learning more? Go here.
Ndeur from Le Creativ Sweatshop has created these shoes out of paper! This takes works on paper to a whole new level!
Ce Ce first came across these shoes during a recent trip to Hong Kong and we just had to learn more! Cantopop music star Wyman Wong teamed up with Pedder Red to release a four design shoe collection inspired by his favorite designers: Oscar de la Renta, Martin Margiela, Christophe Decarnin and Yves Saint Laurent. The heels of each shoe feature a special design that makes them unique to other women’s heels. The two above are our favorites from the four designs.
We love both of these works of art, if anyone knows who the artist is for either piece – let us know!
I Have Pop, an internationally operating creative studio is best known for its innovative ideas and multi-dimensional projects specializing in communication, branding, and design.
“The Streets We Walk” was an installation commissioned by Nike UK for an exhibition in 2006. The idea behind the work is a “tribute to the streets we walk on and the heavy surface materials in contrast to the lightness of the shoes and air bubble.”
We love this sculpture.
Gabriel Dishaw takes every day junk and makes it into art. His series of customized sneakers made with 100% recycled materials (computer parts, chips, wire, metals, etc.) was most recently featured at 360SEE Gallery in Chicago.
Follow Dishaw’s process on his blog.
We’re starting a new series on the blog, featuring the latest and greatest in Shoe Art!
When we first came across this piece, we found it quite clever! To walk or to ride?
UK designer Max Knight created “The Walking Bike,” a bicycle made from a standard frame but with wheels made from eight different pairs of shoes topped with black ankle socks!