Yes, of course we love these paper renderings of sneakers, perhaps even a bit more than the Shoeburger.
They're all created by Seattle-based artist Mike Leavitt, who says, "Everyday and urban objects are just my pallette for replicating modern landscapes of life, somewhere between a painterly impression and ironic conceptual art statement. I simply think of these as 'big kid toys', as if adults can still play make-believe too. Though each object is an original sculpture hand-made from scratch, each is somewhat functional and durable enough for even a bit of light 'play'."
Dude, I don't know what it is.
I don't have a particular slant towards or against Michael Jackson... I appreciate him perfectly well.
I don't have an enormous interest in knitted celebrity softies...At least, I imagine it to be an average amount.
Perhaps it's the tiny little white socks.
Whatever it is, I can't stop looking at this knitted Michael Jackson doll, decked out in his infamous red leather getup from the Thriller video. (Recently added to the Library of Congress' U.S. Film Registry along with Dog Day Afternoon.)
From Colette.Fr "Michael is back! He resuscitates in the form of doll thanks to Soso creator. In her hands Michael