These Hand-Painted Yeezys Feature Artwork From Kanye West’s Albums

Whether it’s a streetwear-inspired look or a fully destroyed sneaker in the name of art, Kanye West’s Adidas Yeezy Boosts have been the canvas for countless customized projects. Today, one artist took customizing to new heights with an awe-inspiring hand-painted look that boasts the artwork from six of West’s albums.

The custom sneakers, created by artist Brennan Bizon, feature references to West’s “The College Dropout,” “Graduation,” “808s & Heartbreak,” “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,” “Yeezus” and “The Life of Pablo.”

In addition to the hand-painted artwork, Bizon finished off the sneaker with custom laces from Rope Lace Supply and gold aglets courtesy of Angelus Direct. According to Bizon’s Instagram posts, the custom sneakers were created for sneakerhead @aus10sander.

Bizon tells Footwear News that all of his custom sneakers are one-of-one projects that won’t be re-created under any circumstances. However, he says that similar design of this caliber would cost $200 and would require around 15 hours of work to complete.

Although these custom sneakers are not for sale, there could be a chance to get Yeezy Boosts at retail soon. According to @theyeezymafia, the “Black/Red” Yeezy Boost 350 V2s that West has been spotted in recently will be released on Feb. 11. However, there has been no confirmation.

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