In today’s sneaker climate, it’s with little resistance that Kanye West is the most influential figure in the culture. That said, aside from his current releases with adidas, you’ll find a wealth of creatives, fans and general consumers looking to add the ‘Yeezy touch’ to their shoes even when they aren’t Kanye West designs.
Taking on his signature color concepts, tooling and design cues, most just want a shoe that looks like a Yeezy, and we don’t blame them. Graphic designer Crep Tees takes things a step further, though, by imaging the adidas Yeezy Boost series as if they were Nike shoes instead.
Here he takes adidas designs and views them through the eyes of a Swoosh. The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 and 750 are set to Nike Yeezy 2 colors and tooling, while we also see the Nike Air Huarache crafted in an imaginative makeup. Give them a look and share your thoughts on this creative brand mashup.