Haroshi x Nike Dunk High

If you received an email from somebody claiming to be Mark Parker, Nike’s CEO, inviting you out to the Nike Campus in Beaverton, naturally you probably suspect the email to be some sort of joke. This was such the case with Japanese artist Haroshi. Haroshi has created quite the buzz by creating three-dimensional art pieces from old recycled skateboards, so much so that it caught the attention of Nike’s top brass. Amazed by his innovation, Mark invited Haroshi out to the Nike Campus to work with the team of designers in the Nike Innovation Kitchen to create his very own Dunk. Mark is seen holding the sneakers in his hands, which feature a layered wood design to go along with the running theme of Haroshi’s wood artwork. As it stands now, it’s believed the sneakers are just one of a kind and aren’t intended for a retail release. If we hear otherwise we’ll let you know.

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