Designer Turns His Favorite Sneakers Into Works Of Art And The Attention To Detail Is Amazing – Design You Trust

Designer Turns His Favorite Sneakers Into Works Of Art And The Attention To Detail Is Amazing

Phill Robson, perhaps, more widely known as Filfury, is a designer who has worked for giants like Nike Basketball, Adidas and Reebok. In his spare time, this artist crafts unique 3D sculptures of animals and insects, or just random objects featuring textures of his favorite sneakers. Needless to say, these are truly marvelous works of art.

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