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Nike Free Time Y2K – Junk Art Sculpture | By Gabriel Dishaw

The last time we checked in with artist Gabriel Dishaw, he was busy hammering together a replica of the Nike Air Max 2011. Not long afterwards, Nike commissioned the so-called “Junk Art Sculptor” for another one-of-the-kind piece, this time in the form of Nike Free Time Y2K. … READ MORE


Freshness Week In Review: 3/06/2011 3/13/2011

Everything is overshadowed by tragedy on a massive scale this week, as northern Japan was hit with a devastating earthquake, and a resulting tsunami. It’s not yet clear how many lives were lost, but by any measure it is an incredibly sad event. With our sympathy to … READ MORE


Freshness Feature: A Conversation With Gabriel Dishaw On The Junk Art Air Max 2011

For those of you who follow sneakers, you might have come across the art of Gabriel Dishaw, a full time Finishline employee who’s crafted 19 sneaker sculptures out of discarded electronic parts. We caught up with Mr. Dishaw to talk about his latest sculpture inspired by the … READ MORE


Freshness Week In Review – 4/26/2010 – 4/30/2010

Aside from everything that happened this week– be it Iron Man II movie premiere in Los Angeles on Monday or Tiger Woods missing the cut at Quail Hollow Woods Championship, nothing has involved as many people and companies across industries, oceans, mountains and equator as the Shanghai … READ MORE


Gabriel Dishaw – “(Not So) New Shoes” Exhibition – Limited Edition Custom Air Force 1

In conjunction with Gabriel Dishaw’s solo exhibition “(Not So) New Shoes”, which is also the 360SEE Earth Day Show, the junk artist has custom made three colorways of the iconic Nike Air Force 1 sneakers for sale. These limited edition custom made sneakers are reworked from the … READ MORE


Nike Shoe Sculptures – “(Not So) New Shoes” Earth Day Exhibition By Gabriel Dishaw

Self-proclaimed junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw, lives up to his name and has a passion for working with junk. However, in Dishaw’s case, one man’s trash is truly another man’s treasure, and through Dishaw’s transformation, found metal and mechanical objects such as typewriters, adding machines and computers get … READ MORE