We have featured many weird shoes design on the site, but below one from Japanese designer Masaya Kushino still make us jaw drop. These stunning shoes, decorated with baroque ornaments, fur, feathers and flowers, blurring the boundaries between footwear and impressive artwork. Among Kushino’s, you can clearly see the influence of aniaml element like bird wing, pong tail and peacock feathers. Some of them are quite pretty and elegant. However some of them probably will never on our wearing list, such as the bird leg one which we really wonder is that ever wearable. But anyway, if you are a shoe-lover, these uniquely bizarre shoes probably can fill all your unrealistic shoe imagination.
Israel footwear designer Kobi Levi courageously blends the boundaries between fashion and art while creating every pair of shoes. In his artistic footwear design, the shoe is his canvas. Each piece is a wearable sculpture. It is “alive” with/out the foot/body. Most of the inspirations are out of the “shoe-world”, and give the footwear an extreme transformation. If you’ll decide to wear such shoes you’ll not be unnoticed! Take a look at these super cool and unusual shoes in this post or visit his website to find out more.
1. Banana Slip-on
“Concept” designs are hot in cars, furniture, tech, etc. Fulfilling that need to fix that addiction to novel design ideas for those who also have shoe fetishes are these concept shoes. Most of concept shoes look so unreal and futuristic. Although some of the shoes do not look comfortable to be wore. But the designs are definitely fantastic, cool and creative! Want to see? Check this post.
The Invisible Shoe [ link]
This shoes has a mirrored surface, creating a deceptively obscured optical effect with every step taken. The chameleon-like facade blends in perfectly with any environment.
shoes with no foot plate by Julian Hakes [ link]
The design consists of a single piece that wraps around the wearer’s foot, forming support for the heel and ball. In his mind, the foot naturally forms a bridge between the two. With a high heel providing the heel is supported, even by standing on a wooden block the foot naturally ’spans’ the gap naturally, with bones and tendons.The foot has its own inbuilt strength and support so why duplicate this. You would not have a jumper with rigid arms between elbow and wrist.