Tar Heel fans won’t be celebrating another banner in the Dean Dome this year, but one lucky fan will be adding their own commerative piece to their personal rafters. A
Showcase your style on your feet and on your walls with KickPosters by Dan Freebairn. From contemporary classics to timeless takes, this series sees your favorite footwear featured in four color process posters. Portrait and landscape prints are available now at KickPosters. Preview their stock in the photos below.
As if your walls aren’t already covered in kicks, the Air Jordan “History of Flight” Poster Series by Sneaker Bodega allows an artsy way to showcase your sole passion. Each 18 x 24 inch print packs a dope rendering by Dillon Stout, showcasing the shoe’s shape and history. Running just $15 a pop, you can pick up a poster now at Sneaker Bodega.
Fast feet, free hands and a good cause, the Nike Superfly R4 Mask by Freehand Profit is more than just the artist’s latest work, it’s also a charity auction. Teaming up with Olympic Gold Medal winner Carmelita Jeter, Freehand Profit has composed a new mask from three pairs of her Nike Superfly R4 track cleats. While previous creations have relied on a base layer mask, the latest entry is composed entirely of kicks, relying on the strong structure of the spikes. The mask is up for auction now on eBay, with all proceeds benefiting Shiekh Compton After School Program which provides a safe environment for Compton teens.
Titled “Let Me Be Great,” a new painting by Shannon Favia depicts the famous Air Jordan 1, but much more. Inspired by Charles Barkley’s interview with Barack Obama that celebrated cultural icons from Michael Jordan to Michael Sam, Favia features the saying “See it. Believe it” beside the soaring sneaker. Check out detailed photos of the painting below and follow @Shannon_Favia on IG to see more of her work.