Reebok Classics has been making waves in the sneaker world by re-releasing old classics and collaborating with different artists on reinvigorating the brand. But there has been some contributors who have constantly worked with the brand. One of those staple collaborators is contemporary American artist, Rolland Berry. Berry is an accomplished painter, designer and entrepreneur who has been at the forefront of underground high-end fashion. He has designed clothing for U2, Linkin Park, Black Eyed Peas and many more musicians. His art is known for a full range of symbolism and imagery from popular culture. Seen on Reebok models like the Pro Legacy and Graphlite his rendition of the Pump Omni Lite may be the most recognizable build.
Rolland Berry x Reebok Pump Omni Lite uploaded by Dale B. Cooper
The Rolland Berry design Pump Omni Lite boasts a basic leather body which lets the graphics do the talking. Berry adds his own uniquely created graphics to the upper with a special logo pattern on zig zag plastic and gritty imagery on the overlay panels. Black and white are the primary colors while red is featured on the lettering and Pump branding on the sneaker. Like most of Berry’s creations these deserve a long look at all around to see the details put into the design. Released back in 2009 these still stand out amongst the many Pump Omni Lite designs over the years.