Sneaker Prints now come with free Krystal Bags and Chip board backing. The Krystal Bags keep the artwork clean and also protect from moisture and UV rays. The chip board backing keeps prints perfectly flat, and protect the edges. The packaging also works great to display the artwork, offering the same archival protection of a frame.
The Freddy Dunk low is one of the most covetted and ellusive Nike SB's to date. The shoe was scrapped due to copyright infringment on New Line Cinema's "A Nightmare on Elm St." films. Samples and a small number of final production models made their way to the public in very small numbers, along with some convincing fakes. Sneaker collectors should consider themselves lucky to have a pair as it's still unclear exactly how many exist.
Available now at a limited edition, get them while they last.
There's some new artwork up on helloblackhole.com and jakemessingart.com as well as the all new SneakerPrints.com, an online gallery specializing in Sneaker Art. The philosphy is simple, sneakers are art, the sneakers as fine art. This is why the prints are on a clean blank bristol, with only the drop shadow underneath the sneaker, as it's a work of art on it's own.
Our goal is to curate the works and prints of other artist in the niche field of Sneaker Art and make their work available to the public. If you'd like to submit work, use the contact button and we'll review the work and discuss details on selling your prints with SneakerPrints.com