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Methamphibian x The Hundreds “Meth” Hoya Further Look

StyleComments ⋅ Jun 27, 2012
Since our first look at the collaborative sneaker by Methamphibian and The Hundreds, the limited “Meth” Hoya is now available. Suffice to say it features all the trappings of highly comfortable and durable shoes, with its molded TPU body...

Methamphibian x The Hundreds Hoya

StyleComments ⋅ Jun 23, 2012
New York City-bred, Los Angeles-based artist Methamphibian has teamed up with The Hundreds to create the limited edition Hoya sneaker – the latest offering from the brand’s Red Box series. Emphasizing the late ’80s and early ’...

Methamphibian 12 inch Custom Figures

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Dec 22, 2008
Showing his creativity on a medium beyond his usual sneaker customs, Methamphibian has recently showcased a series of five new 12 inch custom figures. The figures much like Methamphibian’s footwear customs are full of details from intricate...

Know1edge 2008 Holiday Collection feat. Methamphibian

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Dec 10, 2008
Know1edge present the first part of their 2008 holiday collection. Known for their low-key and muted color palette, the true character of Know1edge’s collection is often seen in their minute details throughout their cut&sew collections...

Leftfoot x New Balance 576 “Heaven & Hell”

Comments ⋅ Nov 30, -0001
Originally seen back in February was an upcoming collaborative effort between Singaporean sneaker store Leftfoot, New Balance and famous sneaker customizers SBTG and Methamphibian. The duo set forth with the theme of “Heaven and Hell”,...

Methamphibian x DC Artist Project 2008

Comments ⋅ Nov 30, -0001
Last year, sneaker customizer Methamphibian was afforded a great opportunity with DC Shoes as part of the skate label’s Artist Project. One year later, the pairing have updated their relationship with new colors based on last years model. The...

Methamphibian x SBTG x Leftfoot x New Balance 576 Heaven & Hell Pack

Comments ⋅ Nov 30, -0001
As world famous sneaker customizers Methamphibian and SBTG hit the drawing board for a run of exclusive designs for Singapore’s Leftfoot boutique, they sought to go against the recent New Balance trend of utilizing various colors and materi...