Digital artist Chris Lebrooy collaborated with Nike to create a series of fictional flying machines to represent the speed and power of their Pegasus running line.
Some fun and quirky illustrations by Cabeza Patata for the New York Times Style section.
Sneaker design has entered a new, hyper-stylized period, where artists, musicians, and others have begun collaborating with athletic companies. The results have been strange, interesting and awesome, making footwear a much more expressive experience.
A fun and visually inspiring campaign for El Naturalista shoes, where feet are stepping off of floating environments.
Shore is a London-based company making beautiful, waterproof, UV-resistant rugs that would work as well in an office as they would poolside.
A better, more eco-friendly shoebox called Viupax is here to make the footwear industry more sustainable.
A curving, organic typeface for the new Adidas Nemeziz soccer shoe.
A visually tasty look at the 2017 Nike Air Max, told through metaphors of space and form.
Nike's Unlimited Stadium uses an all-LED running track and RFID to create a next-level workout experience.
Adidas has partnered with Carbon for their Futurecraft 4D printed shoe.
Bridgestone's Air Free Bicycle Tire concept
Nike iD is a really fun way to customize your kicks with just the look that suits you. This super-imaginative series by ManVsMachine celebrates the unique concept of customization and quirkiness.
The Lexus hoverboard is in prototype mode, but is still quite impressive.
Matamata, New Zealand is the location of the hobbit village that was built for the Lord of the Rings films. This pastoral, idyllic place now offers tours, something we’d definitely be up for, if we found ourselves in New Zealand’s countryside. We’d like a pair …