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Matthew Senna to Release a Trio of Air Jordan 3 Sculptures

White Resin, Cement Resin and Silver editions are on deck.

In the realm of art and design, Matthew Senna has swiftly made a name for himself through his impressive Air Jordan sneaker sculptures and design work for Drake and iconic brands such as Nike and CLOT. Following up on his chromed out Jordan 11 that launched back in December 2020, the talented artist is now gearing up for his newest drop titled Study 003 that entails a trio of Air Jordan 3 pieces.

“Each piece tells its own story”, Senna stated when asked about why he wanted to present this project. “In my travels, Study 003 was one that told some of the deepest and most profound stories so it was a no brainer that these stories become a part of the series.”

Involved in this launch is the Study 003 variant which is an all-white resin edition, an installment that is made entirely from cement as well as a full metallic silver offering. Quantities for each design are extremely limited as only 199 pieces will be crafted of white resin, 50 of the cement resin and 10 of the silver rendition. Each product will come packaged in a special custom box that features a foam insert and magnetic closure.

Looking to spruce your home up with these? Mark your calendars for a May 27 release at 4pm EDT via Matthew Senna’s web store.

 

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