Moments ago, a sale of eight ultra-rare and pristine artist-created sneakers dropped on Sothebys.com in a sale titled ‘Cult Canvas.’ All made exclusively by Nike, the items celebrate the cross section between art and fashion, illustration and design, and sport and culture.
Fifty years ago the Beatles released a single that sold over 8m copies – their highest selling 45rpm – Hey Jude. While Hey Jude made the greater impression, it was the B-side – Revolution – in which John Lennon addressed the global political upheaval of 1968 that has the more interesting story.
A pair of old Nike Air Jordan 1s just sold for a record $55,000 at auction making them the most expensive pair of Nike Air Jordan 1s ever.
In early 2017 James Lavelle will take over Lazarides Rathbone with Daydreaming with UNKLE Presents… THE ROAD: SOHO: a unique and interactive exploration of his British music collective UNKLE.
The exhibition explores how trainers have become part of the fabric of our culture and will showcase rare pairs including the Nike ‘Studio 54’ Discos, Kill Bill Onitsuka Tigers, 1960s custom-made Vans, Vivienne Westwood ‘Tracey’ heeled sneakers and much more.
Something exciting has happened to a community garden in East London… The Flyknit Festival at Aske Gardens is a weeklong… Read More