Archive for the 'Shoefiti Mentions' Category
Paul Schmelzer, on the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota’s “Off Center” blog, has an item up related to Shoefiti called Soundfiti, where people throw sets of solar powered speakers connected by electrical wire over power lines.
Published by admin on September 15th, 2011 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
There is a band in Madrid called Shoefiti. Here’s a link to their Facebook page. And here is a live performance of Moby Dick: And here is a recent blog post about the band.
Published by admin on January 7th, 2011 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | 1 Comment »
A perfect gift for the shoefiti enthusiast in your life. Bryan D. Gryphon has put together a photo book covering the shoefiti scene in Columbus, Ohio. Check it out at Lulu.
Published by admin on December 10th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
Eat, Shop, Play, Love has taken a look at the shoefiti scene in Sydney, Australia and has a great round-up of recent shoefiti in the news.
Published by admin on October 24th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
A book review of the book Miracle Boy at Emerging Writers notes the symbolism of shoes hanging from a powerline: I thought the key turning point in the story was when Lizard’s focus shifts from his own discomfort seeing the shoes dangling from the wire to wondering how Miracle Boy felt about the shoes: He [...]
Published by admin on May 5th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
A German blog about Men’s shoes has a nice summary of Shoefiti’s history and trends: Shoefiti nennt sich das Phänomen dann und setzt sich, wie sich bereits vermuten lässt, aus den Worten Shoe und Graffiti zusammen. A Google Translate version is available here.
Published by admin on January 22nd, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
LostValues.com is offering an L.E.D. solar light kit that lets you retrofit shoes before turning them into shoefiti in order to brighten up the night sky.
Published by admin on December 29th, 2009 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
Ebay seller, soda*soda, has a line of shoefiti shirts on Ebay that are worth checking out. Here’s an example print:
Published by admin on December 20th, 2009 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | 1 Comment »
ArtonBooks prints shoefiti artwork on pages of vintage books. This one sells for $18 as of this writing.
Published by admin on October 22nd, 2009 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
Shoefiti by *Sgnappy on deviantART *Sgnappy at DeviantArt.com ponders the meaning of shoefiti and concludes, “I personally think that all this is just fun!”