Gabriel Dishaw Turns PCs & Peripherals into Junk Dunk Kicks

By: Rose Nazarali - Published: Sep 13, 2009 • References: gabrieldishaw & likecool
Artist Gabriel Dishaw really outdid himself with his latest project, The Junk Dunk. As a junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw knows his way around a dumpster, but this pair of Nike sneakers are a little special. This pair of kicks is made entirely from old electronic parts.

"I used very little wire and more glue to keep the piece more clean, and less bulky," says Gabriel Dishaw of the Junk Dunk. "I also added new details, a hinged tongue and nike logo’s on both the tongue and back of the shoe." The sole of this men’s 9.5 size sneaker is made of circuit boards to complete the look.

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