We all have feet 🦶, here are some of the most innovative examples of footwear, anywhere.
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 …
The concept of a pop-up shop is a store that is temporary and small. They come in a myriad of styles, and designers have a lot of fun creating innovative, quirky spaces, if even for temporary use. This pop-up shop for Nike …
An adorable and hilarious line of children's outfits with built-in crayon surfaces. Crayon shoes sound amazing!
An interesting series by photographer Joseph Ford.
A super-beautiful floating skateboard ramp by professional skater Bob Burnquist. Set in the glorious waters of Lake Tahoe, this ramp allows for some pretty amazing jumps and ollies. But since skateboards don’t float, you’d better be ready to dive for your board. Via Knstrct:
Some famous feet in movie and tv culture, painted by artist Nicolas Bannister. Via LaughingSquid: