Artist Sander Wassink Created These Shoes by Stitching Knockoffs Together

 - Dec 31, 2013
References: sanvans & designtaxi
Creative artist Sander Wassink created a bevy of flashy shoe hybrids by stitching together pieces from knockoff shoes. These shoes were assembled and sold at Beijing Design Week, where Wassink set up a temporary shop called 'Dashilar Flagship Store.'

These vibrant and unusual shoes were made by Wassink and a team of local designers that he hired for the event. While these shoes aren't exactly practical, they allow Wassink's fans to wear one-of-a-kind artworks on their feet, which is pretty cool.

These footwear hybrids mix materials, and combine formal shoes with sneakers. Many of these pieces include brightly colored shoelaces, which attracts immediate attention. Art lovers who attended this event were liked intrigued by these knockoff shoe creations.