In the eyes of ordinary sneaker players, sneakers are nothing more than buying and wearing or collecting, and a little more advanced may involve the field of sneaker customization.
But remember that about ten years ago, an emerging “sneaker mask” gradually entered the eyes of players, and the master in this field was none other than Freehand Pofit.
Freehand Pofit’s real name is Gary Lockwood, and he started making unique masks with sneakers as early as 2010.
Now it’s been 12 years, and his work is getting more and more exquisite, more and more cool, and more famous.
Recently, Freehand Pofit showed the latest on social media The mask work is simply not too handsome.
“There are enough seven pairs of shoes that were used as” raw materials this time, including Huarache, Air Force 1, and Forrest Gump shoes.
Also, with the development of technology, Freehand Pofit uses the most popular 3D modeling and printing technology of the moment.
The final effect was also quite explosive. I believe everyone can fully feel the impact of this “Pharaoh Mask” through the pictures……
If you take a closer look, you’ll find that these seven different pairs of shoes are properly arranged in various positions and combined into a splendid, yet ancient mask.
In the future, we will continue to pay attention to more sneaker art works by Freehand Pofit and share them with you as soon as possible.
Pic via: Freehand Pofit
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