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 Gambit Slip-On" 2014

Oil on canvas, shrink-wrapped 15" x 15 inches 38cm x 38cm In 1984, Nike designed the Gambit slip-on with intended distribution for Mexico; however it's popularity soared with the Latino community in California. Influenced in design to slip-ons produced by Vans and Converse, the Gambit was manufactured in Korea and was re-released as a retro in 2007 as the "Nike Glide".

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