Offers a collection of 100 black and white line drawings of sneaker designs. This title features models that are 100 of the popular designs from 18 brands including Adidas, Converse, New Balance, Nike, Onitsuka Tiger, Puma, Reebok and Vans. It is suitable for those who like to color and customize their sneakers, and fashion designers.
Over the years the sneaker scene has exploded with artist and designer collaborations. This title explores and celebrates the creative side of sneaker culture showing the best and most original rarities and collaborations.
Presents a global survey of sneaker designs that have been released over the last decade. This title showcases the very best of this new sneaker culture, featuring more than 300 designs arranged by brand.
Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture showcases breakthrough sneaker's from the mid-nineteenth century for sports performance to present day cultural icon.
A guide to some of the very best and most collectible sneaker designs. It features: over 180 sneaker designs from eleven leading brands, chosen for the mark they have made on sneaker culture worldwide, and a selection of shoes from up-and-coming brands; and comprehensive collectors information, with an introduction and brand histories.
Focuses on contemporary sneaker design. This book also highlights how creative advances on the scene have been furthered by a number of artists who base their work on sneakers - from sculptures made from dissected shoes, to oil paintings on canvas, and the customization of the shoes themselves.
Adidas versus Nike, Puma versus Reebok. Familiar battles. Stan Smith or Air Max 90? All sneaker fans and collectors have an opinion on rarity, colourway, design, packaging and technology. This card game contains 52 of the iconic sneaker designs found in Sneakers: The Complete Collectors Guide and Sneakers: The Complete Limited Editions Guide.
A new series revealing the seminal icons of street style.
Helps in creating customized shoes. This book includes contributions from 150 artists and illustrators. It also examines the trend and asks: how did it start? What materials do the artists use? It contains tips and tricks on how to create customized shoes.
Features everything you want to know about shoes, including the tiny crushing shoes of China, the infamous chopine with its 23-inch heel, how dandies made men's shoes beautiful in the eighteenth century, and how the powers of conservatism made them dull again, war and the Wellington boot, the codes of the "gay shoe," and more.
Whether it is the adidas Munchen Oktoberfest shoe or the super-limited-edition Nike Air Mag replica of the shoes in Back to the Future 2 created for the Michael J Fox Foundation, this book consists of 30 detachable postcards selected from the concept and location photography seen in both Sneakers books.