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Nike CEO Mark Parker’s Office Tour

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Jan 2, 2014

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Since 2006, Mark Parker has helmed the Swoosh, becoming the third ever CEO to run the behemoth footwear label. Of course running a creative company like Nike, one would expect an equally creative office space, and Parker certainly delivers.

In the latest issue of Obscura magazine we get a behind the scenes look at Parker’s personal office. Situated within Nike’s Beaverton, Oregon headquarters, Mark’s office features over 1,000 individual art pieces from vinyl toys and paintings to signed Air Jordans and the iconic Abraham Lincoln bust. While the space is a bit more cluttered than most, we’re sure there is plenty of inspiration for creativity. Check out some of the photos below.

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