Immortalizing the Nike corporation's timeline of limited brand collaborations, rare colorways, technical developments, and notorious releases —this inventory of oil-on-canvas portraits of highly coveted and collectible must-have Nike sneakers are shelved with handler-friendly shrink-wrapping protection. Made in China in a manufacturing fashion similar to the actual subject matter, these works are painted in scale to the artist's own shoe size of 10.5

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© ​ALAN BELCHER 2013

"Nike Dunk Low Premium SB Black..."

"Nike Dunk Low Premium SB Black and Tan" 2014 Oil on canvas 15" x 15 inches 38cm x 38cm Before St. Patrick's Day in 2012, Nike released the "Black and Tan" honoring Guinness stout. Unfortunately for Nike, the Royal Irish Constabulary Reserve Force (notorious for brutality and massacre during the 1920s Irish Independence Wars, including the atrocities of Bloody Sunday) were nick-named the "Black and Tans". These Dunks sport a creamy swoosh, and insoles featuring an image of a pint of ale.

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