8 Graffiti Artists That Should Have Sneaker Collabs
Last week, Nike unveiled their upcoming collaborative sneaker with renowned graffiti artist Haze. Since the unveiling, the silhouette is in high demand already as sneakerheads and fans of the New York City artist have begun to reach out to their sneaker connects to try to get their hands on the shoes.
With so much hype surrounding the Nike X Haze AF1, this led us to thinking as to what other well-known artists in the graffiti world deserve to have a collab sneaker of their own. In the past, Reebok honored the late and talented Keith Haring with a special collection of silhouettes, while Converse is currently paying tribute to the influential and and innovator, Andy Warhol with a collection of Chuck Taylors that are inspired by the vision of the late artist.
Graffiti artists are a major part of hip-hop culture and streetwear and as the culture of art keeps spreading around the world we take a look at 8 influential artists that should also have sneaker collaborations.