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Nike, adidas, GAP and FedEx have some of the most recognizable logos in the world, but now thanks to calligrapher Sebastian Lester we are seeing them in a whole new way. Lester and his precision penmanship have a knack for perfectly recreating famous logos by hand and without the use of tracing. He instead uses a pen attachment known as a nib that turns a pen point into a flat edge and is perfect for creating laser sharp lines and edges. Check out some samples of his work here and then visit his Instagram page and Vimeo to view more of his awesome logo creations and calligraphy.
It turns out that cats like refreshed and refurbished old Porsche 911s as much as humans do.
The word on the street is that these are the next 420 weed-inspired edition of the Nike SB Dunk for the now annual April release, but we’re having trouble figuring out exactly what the inspiration is at this point. With an acid-wash marbled blue upper, subtle rasta stripes at the heel, and graphic insoles that appear to feature a buckle, our best guess is that this unique edition of the Dunk Low is inspired by hippie backpacks, an essential carrying device for your bong and hacky sack. Speaking of hacky sacks, last year’s 420 celebration from Nike SB featured a whole set of hacky sack inspired sneakers, so perhaps we’ll see other models on the horizon with a coinciding look to these mysterious Dunks. Get a good look at them here and let us know if you can deduce any specific colorway inspiration. Then be on the look out for them soon at select Nike SB retailers right around the pothead holiday.
Read the rest of Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Blue Marble”
We anticipated the Air Max 90 'Cork' to release on Air Max Day, which was yesterday. The celebration is now over and as you know they did not drop, at least not in the U.S. Now we have an official date for you to write down.
The Cork Nike Air Max 90 is a celebration shoe for the 25th anniversary. Cork, which was first seen on the LeBron 10 will now land on the AM90 as well as a pair of Dunk SB Highs. Infrared, a color closely linked to this model will also make an appearance as well as black and white.
Releasing on March 30th, a retailer that will have the Nike Air Max 90 Cork is Hanon.
Spring is getting fresher with now a couple of Air Tech Challenge II releases. Earlier today we shared the 'Sunset Glow' and now we have the 'Liquid Lime', which we are sure will turn a few heads.
A bit brighter than the Sunset Glow, the Liquid Lime Nike Air Tech Challenge II features a white leather base, black hits the swoosh and gradient on the sides. Liquid lime is then applied to the branding and outsole which allows them to pop even more.
The Nike Air Tech Challenge II 'Liquid Lime' is now available at Heistny for $120.
Nike Air Tech Challenge II
Colorway: White/Liquid Lime
Product Number: 318408-002