Sports shoe culture contains all kinds of art. An eternal model of Nike released a pair of upcoming Wang Ruohan x Nike Air Max 90 multi-purpose Wang Ruohan in the form of an art canvas for the Berlin-based illustrator Wang Ruohan with her most advanced art Supplies dive into the world of sneakers, Nike paved the way for the contemporary artist Tinker Hatfield's legendary Air Max 90 silhouette. The vivid and colorful sneakers use a complete high-end Flyleather upper, a super sustainable material, to pay tribute to our mother nature creation. It shows the king’s animated earth graphics across the collar, heel tags, mudguards and tongue tags. There are also vignettes on the side panels, such as Chinese characters and floral patterns. Nike's iconic Swoosh logo is elegantly located on the side and inside of the shoe, with an inflatable midsole below, providing maximum cushioning for your every step.
The Nike Dunk High Varsity corn series was released in 1985. As part of the "Faithful to School" series, the Nike Dunk High Varsity Maize will return this year, just in time for the holiday season. If you missed the original version, keep reading, because this is your chance to buy a pair at retail price! This year, the resurgence of Nike's dunk sport has been hit by sneaker fanatics globally. Hot collaborations and new color schemes will be sold out immediately on each release date, and the upcoming Nike Dunk in a Recognited Color palette must be added to your rotation. The official photo shows the detailed appearance of the two. It seems that the full leather structure wraps the pair of shoes in yellow and black tones. This is strikingly similar to the 1999 legendary collaboration between the American hip-hop band Wu Tang and Nike.
This highly anticipated Ruohan Wang x Nike Blazer Mid 77 Flyleather was released in collaboration with Berlin artists. It pays tribute to all creative artists and sneaker ads, saying that this masterpiece is something you should not miss! It's just an official image of Nike, but an artwork. Using the silhouette of the brand's sports jacket, this shoe is nothing but a canvas for versatile artist Wang Ruohan. The visual artist has mastered all the basic principles of painting, printing, animation and clothing, and now she has gone deep into the world of sneakers, with Nike. When did this pair of shoes use natural leather fiber uppers, cleverly integrated into the artist’s pattern design, Nike’s iconic Swoosh logo uses a clean platinum and white color, so that the illustration of Ruohan contrasts with it, including the tongue label and heel Splicing. As for the white midsole unit below to support the structure above, a vivid flower-like pattern is printed under another purple outsole.