Nike Computer Sneakers

Sculptor Gabriel Dishaw is an employee of an athletic shoe retailer. To that end, one of his most recent projects was the construction of a pair of Nike Air Max sneakers from old electronic parts. Using “discarded parts including a motherboard, an old typewriter case, an USB port, chipsets, power connectors and even the oxygen mask from a 747 airplane” Dishaw constructed the replica in about 90 hours. [via neatorama]

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