12 Shoe Sculptures for 12 Ex-lovers by Sebastian Errazuriz

Chilean-born and New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz gave new meaning to his romantic and sexual relationships by creating 12 shoes that represent his 12 ex-lovers, each of whom became the influence for a series of shoe sculptures. The shoes are all given special nicknames that can seem at times mysterious or greatly informative. Furthermore, every design is accompanied with a story that makes the origin of the nicknames and designs even clearer.

In an interview with core77, Errazuriz said that there were little to no problems with most of the exes being featured in his work. However, he also said, “others, I was a little concerned. There are a couple I just knew would be bad. There’s a husband and a boyfriend that could be quite upset, but my stories have no real names and the photos don’t show any faces.”

12 Shoe Sculptures for 12 Ex-lovers by Sebastian Errazuriz
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Shoe Bakery: the Sweetest Shoes on the World

Shoes and sweets are two things loved by most women. Driven by this idea, shoe bakery decided to put them together and create the sweetest shoes on the world – shoes look like various forms of dessert. As designer said: “We are very passionate about creating one of a kind custom works of art. We feel that every woman deserves to feel special and not have the same heels that someone else does.” Hence, no matter you want red velvet, ice cream or triple chocolate, there are some sweet handmade shoes waiting for you. Would you like to put some sweet on your feet?

Shoe Bakery: the Sweetest Shoes on the World
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Animal Tracks: Interesting Animal Footprint Shoes by Maskull Lasserre

Deer tracks in the middle of New York City? Kodiak bear prints in downtown Boston? Wolf tracks in Montreal? Are wild animals moving in on some of the East Coast’s biggest cities? These interesting animal footprints are left by special soles of shoes called “Animal tracks“. This project is called Outliers created by the Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre who has been using the shoes to leave animal tracks in cities in Canada and America since 2011. When worn, (the shoes) produce tracks meant to infiltrate the urban environment, creating a dual sense of wonder and confusion for whoever encounters them,” according to a press release on “Outliers (Trace). Sounds interesting? We definitely want a pair, it must be fun to walk on snow or sand with these animal tracks. [source]

Animal Tracks: Interesting Animal Footprint Shoes by Maskull Lasserre
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