Monday, December 27, 2010
It's been a while since I dropped anything under Univer Soles my custom Kick label. Since working on Flight Of Fancy I've been all over the place, but don't think for a minute that I am slipping lol. These where done for Love Nu Art magazine (Dec. Issue) for their special edition Hearts and Arts event held for Aids and Heart disease awareness, so I whipped them up a pair of kicks. The "Love Woods" Air Force 1's painted with white and gray uppers and side panels putting a special twist on wood grain for aids (wood = erection), the back is covered with red oversized hearts for heart disease and the swoosh is simply red. These are 1 0f 1's and they will not be duplicated, men's Size 11 only at Flight Of Fancy Clothing.
Posted by Univer Soles at 4:15 PM
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
We'll have plenty of time later to obsess over the match-ups, tendencies, statistics and other meatier subjects in January's BCS Championship Game. First, the really important question: Like, what is Oregon going to wear?
Of the literally hundreds of quickly discarded combinations bestowed by Nike on CEO/mega-booster Phil Knight's alma mater, which specific look makes the cut for the Ducks' debut on the biggest stage in school history? The answer came Tuesday morning in a presentation in Cowboys Stadium, where the Swoosh Masters – somewhat constrained by the Ducks' status as the designated "away" team in Glendale, Ariz., forcing them into road whites – unveiled the relatively understated look at right. Bow before its incandescent marketing might. More
Posted by Univer Soles at 9:54 AM
Friday, December 3, 2010
Many of you know how much I despise E.T. and how he terrifies the ish out of me. Well, after I saw this I literally SHAT BRICKS!!
Aside from the Star Wars series, Matt Busch has more zombiefied movie posters. Instead of just Photoshopping the originals, Busch recreates the posters by hand. Also available as T-shirts @
Posted by Univer Soles at 11:19 AM
Continuing to expand its footwear range, Dickies has just released these images of its latest model, the Workhorse Mid. Having already been seen in a low-cut form, the mid colorway arrives in similar colorways and similarly features a tough canvas upper. Fastened with rounded two-tone laces, the shoe is branded on both the tongue and heel of the white midsole. The Workhorse Mid will be available soon from select retailers in a choice of either black or khaki.
Posted by Univer Soles at 10:51 AM