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  • Graffiti sneakers
  • Graffiti sneakers
  • Graffiti sneakers

STASH x Reebok

March 5, 2014
Asja Nastasijevic is an Art Historian with the major in Modern Art. She's involved in art writing and criticism for several years now. Art is her passion and writing about it is both work and pleasure. Among modern art movements she loves Fauvism, Abstract Expressionism, and POP ART and her favorite artists are Henri Matisse, Mark Rothko and Andy Warhol. She fell in love with Street Art when she first saw ROA’s Sleepy Pigs in Brussels few years ago. Since then, she devotedly explores this form of artistic expression. She hates when someone asks her whether the street art is a real art. What makes any art a real art? Art is an evolutionary act with constant changes in its performance. In Asja’s opinion, the real art is what you want to hang on the walls of your living room, as simple as that. So she wants to hang the works of Ron English, Gaia and ROA above her TV cabinet or to place the artworks of Mark Jenkins and Isaac Cordal next to her sofa. She enjoys bowling and doodling.

Fashion always needs a new spin and there is no better way than interacting with art. Since artists represent the voice of a generation, many fashion brands include the aesthetics of street art into clothing. Therefore, the growing series of collaborations between clothing brands and street artists bring more and more limited edition products. Two especially active examples of this are graffiti artist STASH and sneaker brand Reebok. STASH teamed up with Lafayette a month ago to release his signature graphics on a street wear collection. Just recently Reebok Classic incorporated Keith Haring‘s legendary Matrix mural on four sneaker models.

Sneakers as Canvas

Again sneakers serve as canvas to Stash. Following the success of last year’s celebration of the Reebok Classic Leather silhouette in collaboration with Stash, Reebok and their favorite street artist teamed up once again for the launch of the Stash Reebok Pump Camo Pack Spring 2014. This collaboration is a representation of the long relationship that Reebok has with the legendary street artist.

Graffiti sneakers
Reebok Pump by STASH

Tongue-to-Toe Camo

The pack is getting ready to be released. There is no word yet on when and where exactly the new artistic shoes will be available for purchase so keep checking with sneakerfiles.com as more information becomes available. Reebok decided to work with the vintage Reebok Pump line that will be featured with head to toe camo print in both blue and red. The Blue pair has grey abstract patterns and the Red pair has black designs to make for 8 different legit pairs of shoes. The first sneaker of the pack to be released is the Blue sneaker.

Graffiti sneakers
Reebok Pump by STASH

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