Apr
03

Bucketfeet

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Meet my absolute favorite shoes for this spring. Bucketfeet is a line of artist designed canvas shoes that are rocking my world right now. Every pair is designed by a different artist, and in less than two years the movement has grown to include 75 artists in 21 countries. From street artists in Bogota to graphic designers in New York.

 

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I went with a pair of the Pasco 54, ridiculously comfortable canvas slip-ons designed by Olivier Vouzellaud, better known as Yamas. (You can even buy a print of the design!) And now I’m eyeing the Pineappleade and Mesa Sunset designs. This could turn into an addicting little habit fast.

 

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I love that every pair has a story to tell, as does which design you choose to wear. Artists get the recognition they deserve and you get an incredible pair of kicks that help express your personality.

 

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Photos Caroline Cohenour at Womb Gallery

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5 Comments on “Bucketfeet”

  • julie

    LOVE! My Paris designer is ordered!
    thanks for sharing

    04-03-14 » 12:49 pm »

  • rooth

    This is so great – sharing it with others immediately

    04-03-14 » 1:37 pm »

  • Katie

    So, so sad that they only go up to size 10. Us bigfooted girls are out of luck :(

    04-03-14 » 4:21 pm »

  • Becca

    I spotted these in a Toronto shoe store just the other week! The Delta print immediately caught my eye and I am seriously considering picking up a pair for the Summer! If only I could take advantage of the free US shipping though… Always! Thanks for sharing!

    04-04-14 » 11:27 am »

  • Yamas

    Thanks to post this pictures, I’m glad to know that you like my design !!

    You can follow my work on FB: yamas shoes or instagram. We keep in touch

    Peace, YAMAS

    05-22-14 » 10:35 am »

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