In Pictures: Weirdest shoes ever made
Dutch architect Rem D Koolhaas collaborated with Zaha Hadid for the Nova shoe which claims to be the first shoe to use rotation molding in its manufacture
Shoes with bite
For thier predator shoes, London based art duo Fantich and Young attch teeth from dentures to Savile Row Oxfords
The Wings Variation shoe is part of a collection from Sarajevo-born Tea Petrovic, who was inspired by the sculptor Naum Gabo abd the architect Santiago Calatrava.
Utrecht School of Arts graduate Marieka Ratsma designed this porclain shoe as part of a collection questioning the pursuit of perfection by designers.
Waste not, want not
For a Chris Ofili exhibition, the artist INSA created these pair of platform heels – with elephant dung from the same familiy of elephants used by Ofili in his paintings.
Joined at the heel
Inspired by human anatomy and achitechture Austrian designer Carolin Holzhuber’s conjoined illusion series joins two pairs shoes like siamese twins.
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