To recreate the most recognizable designs across Adidas’ extensive lineup, LEGO continues to collaborate with the sportswear giant to release a pair of LEGO-inspired superstars as well as a model. Timeless LEGO DIY figures.
These sneakers are crafted from premium leather in a classic black and white colorway. As close to a LEGO model as possible, the shoe’s design is crafted with the signature dangling puzzle aesthetic through the iconic Three-Stripes logo, toe and heel tabs.
Designed by Florian Müller, this unique collection highlights key elements of both brands’ design DNA, combining adidas’ athletic heritage with iconic LEGO bricks. Built from the sole up, the shoe measures 12cm high, 27cm long and 9cm wide, shrinking to the size of a real sneaker.
As with previous collaborative collections, adidas Originals and LEGO have partnered with six creators to customize their own sneakers and celebrate the collaborative spirit. Join Storepc in a conversation with Japanese artist COFFEE BOY to analyze his version and how he translates the coffee aesthetic into shoes and what Superstar means.
What’s your favorite part of this model and the concept of the “Super Steam Star”?
Tell us about your Super Steam Star modeling process?
How are LEGO bricks different from other art mediums?
What was the most challenging part about integrating your artwork into a pair of LEGO bricks?
Here’s an introductory article on Lego and Adidas reuniting to bridge the gap between toys and sneakers. Stay tuned to Storepc for updates on the latest fashion trends and Sneaker footwear news.
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