Fantich & Young are Back Implanting Teeth into Shoe Soles

By: Michael Baxter - Published: May 25, 2014 • References: fantichandyoung & designboom
If you don't know Fantich & Young then it's safe to say that your shoe soles remain teeth-free. The British shoemakers are known for taking a strange approach to their shoe-making process and using strange supplies to supplant it.

We may be getting a clue as to where the baby teeth go when they're put under the pillow and replaced by money. Fantich & Young have taken red Mary Janes and are making them into a dentist's pipe dream. Fear not because the teeth used aren't real people's teeth (there would be more than a few ethical dilemmas with that), rather they are denture pieces.

We once though that sharks had the most rows of teeth but Fantich & Young are proving us wrong

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