Pentium Blazer junk art by Gabriel Dishaw

The artist Gabriel Dishaw spent three weeks working with waste material like computer parts, bolts, metal, wire etc to re-create his favourite sneakers as 'junk art' that he called 'the blazer project'.

The Nike sculpture is part of a series of shoes by the artist, from Carmel, Indiana, US, that revisits classic trainer silhouettes.

“I tried to create a complete piece, with both box and shoe,” said Mr Dishaw, who used circuit board parts to give the exact tread of the original trainer.

"I also tied this piece around a theme, 'Pentium', the name of Intel's chips. You will notice this detail repeated through out the shoes, and box."

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