Sneaker art has evolved in a myriad of forms, beyond visual art, or sneakers being transformed into masks, one of the more simpler yet intricate forms is paper art. Artist Natalie Wong recently crafted 100 Paper Sneakers of the Air Jordan 1 as a statement. “I wanted to reflect this by actually making artwork based on the sneaker design that launched the culture of sneaker collecting,” Wong says. Check out her work and her process in the video above.
However, paper art isn’t a new phenomenon as Jason Ruff crafted these brilliant pieces out of cigarette packaging back in 2013.
Regardless of the interpretation, it’s all about the celebration …of kicks.