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NIKE Free Run+ iD Designs at BOXPARK Art Exhibition Thursday 5th April 2012

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First Thursdays Art Exhibition launch. Boxpark’s outdoor gallery contains 18 art boards along the corridors of the upstairs units and will be hosting it’s third art exhibition this year. Gather on the outdoor decking area with drinks provided by Havana Club and the opportunity for an exclusive preview of the art work

NIKE have commissioned 11 local artists to interpret and illustrate the Free iD design inspirations of 11 UK athletes such as Perri Shakes-Drayton, Mo Farah and Dai Greene. Work will be on display in the Boxpark gallery from 5th April. A limited edition book curated and designed by Intercity Studio will be available exclusively from the NIKEiD Studio at Boxpark for customers designing the latest NIKE Free Run+iD

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At the launch event graphic artist James Jarvis will be producing a piece in the entrance of the Boxpark NIKEiD studio from 6-8pm.

Also, for the chance to win a pair of NIKE Free Run+ iD’s, ‘like’ the Boxpark Facebook and page and you can enter the competition. The winner will have an appointment with a Design Consultant in the NIKEiD Studio at Boxpark and can design a complimentary pair of NIKE Free Run+ iD’s.

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