Doernbecher Auction Shoe Art

Sep 23, 2009 | Alex Kroviak |

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We’ve covered art that’s shoe-inspired before, like the “Junk Art” Terminator or Shepard Fairey’s MJ Prints, but now we have a group of pieces done for the Doernbecher Auction that’s shoe-contructed, or rather, shoes deconstructed.

By breaking down each pair of the kid-designed Nikes and rearranging them across a canvas, Vincent Clervi put a new spin on each design. Using a pair of Jordan VIs, Nike Shox, Dunks, P-Rod IIIs, AF1s and Air Max Zeniths, Vincent laid out the pieces using inspirations from each child’s own design elements. Like the other Doernbecher pieces, including the 1 of 1 black-on-tan Yeezy that went for almost $17,000, these pieces were auctioned and sold to benefit the charity organization.

Click here to see pics of all the works.

Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art
Doernbecher Charity Auction Art

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