Odds are if you're sprinting to comment 'first' on an IG post, you're probably not running much else. Per usual, REE offers a savvy satire on both social media and the sneaker culture it has consumed in his latest SN'EADS, titled "Don't Say First." Peep the comic below and keep up with REE's work on his IG page.
Perfectly coinciding with the events that took place outside of the Supreme storefront in New York, REE is back with another installment of his SN'EADS series. Aptly titled "Supreme," the artwork depicts a mob-like assemply as a direct nod to the circumstances surrounding the NYPD shutting down the release of the Supreme x Nike Air Foamposite One release at the shop. Peep the pictorial up above, and drop your thoughts on the chaos and its aftermath.
REE serves up his latest edition of SN'EADS dubbed "Shoe Botz in Disguise." In this episode, REE draws inspiration from Nike's introduction of its new RSVP policies to eliminate the shoe bots and deception during product launches on Nike.com. Transformers, Decepticons and Yeezus are all referred to in this latest SN'EADS. Check out the full edition below.
LeBron James has his lovers, and he has his haters. The criticism of the athlete and the hype around his sneakers are discussed in the latest installment of SN’EADS. Check it out below and keep up with SN’EADS on Instagram via @sneadsbyree. Would you rock the signature shoe of an athlete you weren't a fan of? Give us your commentary in the comment section.
Do you wonder why your Black/Red Air Jordan 13s didn’t come laced with 3M detailing? Well, there isn’t a formal answer, but Tyree Dillihay's latest SN’EADS tackles an alternative route you can take in his latest comic. Check it out below.
When it comes to restocks, many sneaker lovers who originally passed or simply were unable to cop are usually quite excited. But what about resellers? SN’EADS pokes some fun at the recent trend of restocks and how they have affected the everyday lives of resellers. Check it out below.