A designer, architect, sculptor and, according to Hypebeast, one of the most influential people in the fashion and art industry. That’s Ohio native Daniel Arsham. You might know him in connection to sneaker culture from his work with adidas on the Future Runner 4D silhouette, which was also available on our website in the past.
Daniel Arsham’s work returns to Footshop once more – this time in the form of photographs from his Paris 3020 exhibition, which we documented during this year’s Fashion Week in Paris. The exhibition consisted of paintings, large-scale installations and also his iconic alterations of mythological and antique sculptures, including Michelangelo’s Moses or the Venus de Milo.
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