NO such shoes!

If this kind of shoes really appear in market, will you buy and wear it?
Whose idea is this?
Do let me know if anyone of you knew who is the designer.
Anyway, have to admit his/her talent too for having such idea.
Using fish as our shoes? rats? human legs?
Imagine! you go to anywhere you think you can be, just name it. Every once you talk to someone then a stench smell approach to you or the one who talking to you.
How you feel ?!

Imagine! Shoes provide your leg safety and comfortable surface rather than you step on the earth sense the temperature of earth!
Take the ‘fish’s’ shoes for example.. your sole feel cool, and smooth and your nose enjoying the smell?!!

Haha


Shoes of fish!

Shoes of Asian’s leg

Shoes of Mat Salleh’s leg

Shoes of rats

Consequence if you married an Arabian guy

No offense at this post!
Every person have their own cultural background, as Arabian have their cultural for wearing their gown on wedding’s day.

iSHiok!

Because in Asia we don’t practice worn like them.

Don’t get mistake whose wife belongs to

Hopefully he not kissing the wrong wife.

Amazing! I was curious how they look for their wife if there is accident happen,
who knows!

95 year-old grandma wear bikimi !!!

what Would You do , if you see a grandma wear bikini , and stand just behind you …

a. take picture ?
b. hug her ?
c. surprise ?
d. do nothing ?

switzerlander shoes

WENGER – makers of the Swiss Army Knife brand have expanded once into many arenas including time pieces, apparel, home cutlery and luggage. Well they added one more tool to their multi-functional portfolio. Their new line of casual/athletic shoes just might turn out to be a new addition to my lust list. Their first few designs are sleek, minimal and tastefully adorned with the Swiss Army logo. Hard to stay neutral over.

[ Via: Design Crack ]

Save the Studs

No we are not talking about saving horny horses or Richard Gere circa 1980. “Cleatskins” are basically Crocs with a friggin’ purpose other than to offend those with taste. Intended as a quick slip on protector for athletic shoes used in football, futball, baseball and golf. Greatly extending the lifespan of the spikes, cleats or studs found on the bottom of all these shoes. They also help to keep dirt and grass from tracking into your car or home. Made from SKINTEK rubber, a formulation of compression molded rubber, and come in two designs – pull-over and slip-on. They come in tons of team matching colors and will retail for about 35 US green backs. Remember: my favorite sporting teams are always better than yours. Go Team!

Designer: Rick Kay [ Product Page ] [ Via: Gizmag ]

watch?-Mutant Timepiece

Straight out of Poland, Damian Kozlik has designed an interesting if not confusing timepiece dubbed “X-Watch”. His attempt at a universal time piece able to be used by sighted and the blind is a step in the right direction. Not sure if X marks the right spot on this one but his rubber strap housing carries an array of LEDs behind graduated glass with extruded braille numbers that chris-cross to highlight and center the correct time. Seems like a lot of acrobatics just to tell time, but maybe life is truly in the journey and not the destination… even when counting the hours. If you ask for more details, our heads may explode. This was a hard one to figure out…let it go.

Designer: Damian Kozlik

Texts from the designer:

“X – watch” is universal and integrating L.E.D. timepiece. It can be used by sighted and blind people. Watch case and straps can be made of rubber. Dial is compounded of Leds. Mechanism of the watch (IC board) is placed under them.

How blind people can use it? It’s simple. It’s just to move a finger along the graduated watch glass. There are extruded Braille numbers. When a person touches highlighted panel hears a sound.

How it works? Every segment of the watch glass works like separated touch switch. There are two solutions possible:

1. Every panel works like capacitance touch switch. It needs only one electrode to function. The electrode can be placed behind a panel. It works using body capacitance. When a person touches it, it increases the capacitance and triggers the sound.

2. Every panel works like resistance touch switch. This solution needs metal units to function. There are two thin pieces of metal on the each panel. It works by lowering the resistance between them. It is much simpler in construction compared to the first solution. Placing a finger across the metal units achieves a turn on the sound. Removing the finger from the metal pieces turns the sound off.

Sneakart Lets Your Customize Your Kicks

Sneakart has launched a revolutionary sneaker customization concept for footwear enthusiasts. Using new ’sneakskin’ technology, sneakart has created a simple and cost-effective way to change the look of your sneakers with a minimum of fuss. Sneakskin is a type of sticker film that you can apply to shoes like an ordinary sticker and it will flex and move as though part of the leather.

With a huge range of premium pattern designs and stickers, you can change your sneakers to look however you want while keeping them looking factory fresh. If you have an artistic streak, you can even upload your own artwork and receive it to apply to your own sneakers in a matter of days.

To experience this new way of sneaker customization, visit their website and browse stickers and patterns to see how they would appear on shoes of different sizes. Upload your own artwork for production on sneakskin, share photos of your customized shoes and much more. Sneakart also ships worldwide for a flat rate.

Sneakart Ltd is a innovative sneaker customization business based in the UK and founded by ex-adidas and Puma designers. Using quality artwork and our revolutionary ’sneakskin’ material, we design and produce state-of-the-art patterns and stickers for application onto trainers and sneakers.

To promote sustainability, we also want to encourage the re-use of old footwear that can be given new life with the use of our product.