Sneakers Turned Into Digital Art by FILFURY

Mar 31, 2015

Category: Living

Whether you think the latest $200 Nikes are frame worthy or cringe worthy is usually a matter of age and of course, taste. But there’s no denying the artistry involved in this, well, art using sneakers.

Mr. Phil Robson, a British artist who also goes by the name FILFURY, takes photos of various sneakers and then works his unique digital magic on them, editing each pair into something fantastic that rarely still resembles footwear. Robson gets the inspiration on what to create from simply looking at each pair and going with his gut. Check out the adidas trainers that became the Batman bat, the Nike MAGs that transformed into a silver fox, or the many other kicks-inspired creations he somehow created.

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