This Illustrator Visualized an Avengers x Nike Collaboration

From Spider-Man to Black Panther.

Footwear
13,994 Hypes 14 Comments

After unveiling his Dragon Ball Z x adidas sneaker concepts earlier this year, designer Matthew Walsh, in conjunction with The Sole Supplier, has now turned to Marvel‘s famed Avengers for his next inspired collection. Walsh’s latest works include nine Marvel superhero-themed designs featured on some of Nike‘s iconic sneaker models such as the Air Max 270 “Spider-Man” which sees a classic red and blue upper, spiderweb detailing on the toecap, and side panels and Spider-Man’s logo featured on the tongue tab. Other sneaker models featured in the series include the Air Max BW “Captain America,” Air VaporMax Plus “Black Panther,” Air Max 2 “The Hulk,” and Air Force 1 SF High “Thor.”

Take a peep at the concepts above and head over to Matthew Walsh’s Instagram page for more work. In case you’ve missed it, AMC will host a 31-hour MCU marathon for the release of Avengers: Infinity War.

Read Full Article
Source
HYPEBEAST ZH
More

What to Read Next

Peanuts & Co. Unveils a New Batch of Meticulously-Detailed Accessories
Fashion

Peanuts & Co. Unveils a New Batch of Meticulously-Detailed Accessories

Bulldogs, horses, skulls and more join the Peanut mascot.

Brockhampton Announces 'Stereo Spirit' Tour Dates
Music

Brockhampton Announces 'Stereo Spirit' Tour Dates

Hitting North America and Europe.

Check out Barack Obama’s 2018 March Madness Picks
Sports

Check out Barack Obama’s 2018 March Madness Picks

Who does he predict will win it all.


New Balance's M990BB4 Model Takes on a Slick "Triple Black" Makeover
Footwear

New Balance's M990BB4 Model Takes on a Slick "Triple Black" Makeover

Mixing pigskin suede, mesh and leather.

AAPE by A Bathing Ape Introduces Its Athleisure-Heavy AAPE+ Line
Fashion

AAPE by A Bathing Ape Introduces Its Athleisure-Heavy AAPE+ Line

With an exclusive pop-up.

Netflix Is Reportedly Working on a Weekly News Program
Entertainment

Netflix Is Reportedly Working on a Weekly News Program

Expected to rival ’60 Minutes’ and ’20/20.’

More ▾