It's amazing what can go on inside both a sneaker and the heads of the designers at Dorothy.
And when both those concepts are fused together, we're lucky enough to get a print featuring the iconic sneaker Nike Air Max and a cacophony of sneaker related images in fabulous detail. Little vignettes of trainer related history can be seen inside the sneaker from the invention of vulcanised rubber in 1839 to the invention of self lacing laces by Tiffany Beers for Nike. There's even a man with a waffle iron who we had to look up but it's a fascinating story about sneaker evolution (his name is Bill Bowerman if you fancy a Google. Unless you're cooler than us and already knew). Combined with Sneaker history are trainer based cultural moments to keep your eyes busy and your brain going 'I remember that!' Cool and clever, this print is a must for any Sneaker obsessive who enjoys contemporary wall art. And don't fear, there's a handy key on the right hand side of the print so you know which each cleverly illustrated scene means.
The print is a three colour litho print measuring H 50 cm x W 70 cm.
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