12.21.2011

shoe off




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Carol Christian Poell, an Austrian designer who holes up in a studio in
Milan's Naviglio district where he quietly designs an ultra-niche, cult
label that he doesn't always produce and only shows to the public when
he feels like it.


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Kangaroo Leather / Aluminum Crushable boots


photo by ateliernewyork.com


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“Object Dyed, No Seam Drip-Rubber" collection
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I WANT THESE SO BAD I COULD TASTE THE RUBBER ...AND LEATHER


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cake ?


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yum.. reminds me of vanilla icing


Created using calf and kangaroo to produce the sneaker then dying white and dipping in latex, the sole is then achieved by treating with a “Drip-Rubber” application. Poell is known for using rather unconventional materials in past collections such as human hair, bodyplast, metal chain-stitch and blood-dyed leather. - slamxhype.com










Hi Impact shoes are seen everywhere... Everytime you check sites like shoelust or atypical-shoes, you will be caught wondrin' how on earth those pairs were crafted, supplied... The most genius of the geniuses would claim originality and creativity and it's just a matter of how the entertainment factor entices the enthusiasts. Carol Poell is unbelievable. The designs are obviously a cross between functional , humor and art. When synthesized , they create an astonishing product... an astonishing response will follow as well.

2 comments:

  1. nice shoes!!

    http://christianbelvin.blogspot.com/

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  2. i've been a big fan of CCP sine 2008. his pieces are works of art. too bad it's ridiculously expensive. but i think it's worth it since his stuff are individually hand-made by some of the best artisans! so expect top-notch quality that will last a lifetime!

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