Sneaker Spotlight: Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Piet Mondrian”

Piets Mondrian Art

In a case of life imitating art, in 2008, Nike SB released a Dunk Low Pro inspired by the works of Dutch artist, Piet Mondrian. An important part of early 20th century movement of De Stijl, which evolved into his own simplified movement named Neo-Plasticism. This basic idea consisted of a White base painted with a grid of horizontal and vertical black lines with three primary colors added.

Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Piet Mondrian” uploaded by theACexpress

Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Piet Mondrian” uploaded by theACexpress

Appropriately created on a canvas base the sneaker utilizes strong black lines along the panel edges matching with the laces and outsole. Three colored panels are added Yellow, Red and Blue. This inspired Dunk Low was a limited edition product that was sought after by many when the special makeup was one of the surprise hits of 2008.

Is this creative Nike SB Dunk in your collection?

One response to “Sneaker Spotlight: Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Piet Mondrian”

  1. Got ’em. Love ’em. Nightmare to keep clean though!

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