Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017
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Women's TNP x Shinji Murakami - Sparkles, 2017

Regular price
$300.00
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$300.00

Sparkles, 2017

Limited pairs of 150 worldwide,

Ultra low top leather sneakers.

Lace up closure with minimal hook fastenings, padded interior, and our signature custom recycled rubber sole.

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LIMITED-EDITION PAIR - Only 100 LEFT OUT OF 150

What Makes Our Shoes Different?

The three values we stand by

1
Collectible

We offer buyers a way to "collect" footwear that is both trendy and unique through original artists’ designs. Each pair is a numbered edition and  the artist’s signature is embossed in gold on the tongue.

2
Creative Expression

We work with artists globally to create limited edition sneakers that are functional works of art. Having artwork
on sneakers allows artists to gain recognition, broadens the sphere of art consumption, and strengthens the relationship between art and fashion.

3
Consciousness

TNP aims to move to a fully sustainable product. We started by changing our real leather to vegan leather, which is the microfiber, an excellent substitute in terms of quality and durability.

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Shoe Image Shinji Murakami

Shinji does not believe that profound human understanding has necessarily caught up to the explosive evolution of modern computer technology (also according to Moore’s Law). The pixelated expressions of 8-bit video games, which are very much nostalgic for those born in 1980s, are also one withered part of this evolutionary process. This pixel that will probably be forgotten in a few years due to the appearance of the Retina Display. Shinji interrogates lateral thinking of this pixel.
In 2011, Shinji was named one of 100 artists to watch by Modern Painters and has since hung two museum shows and several solo exhibitions. His second solo show with the gallery was in January 2016 and for the past several years, his works have shown also with Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.

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