Nikes Made from Old Computer and Typewriter Parts

Gabriel Dishaw is an artist as well as an employee of an athletic shoe retailer. One of his most recent projects was the construction of a pair of Nike Air Max sneakers made from:

[...] discarded parts including a motherboard, an old typewriter case, an USB port, chipsets, power connectors and even the oxygen mask from a 747 airplane.

It took him about 90 hours to complete. You can read an interview with him and view more pictures at the link. via Gizmodo | Photo: Freshness Mag

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90 hours of work but these are really interesting, and I'm sure they will pay off in time. These are a one off Nike shoe that I'm sure both art collectors and Nike fans alike will want to get their hands on.
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