Angelus paints can be used for much more than custom sneakers, and to help demonstrate the wide range of Angelus paint applications, Enzo from @ehkcustoms stopped by to show us how to customize a Starbucks cold cup.
With the proper preparation, materials, and paints, you can turn your Starbucks cup into a practical and usable piece of art.
Make sure to check out the full tutorial on YouTube to see what tools you need and what steps you need to follow to recreate this project.
The Lobster and What the Dunk are two of the most iconic Nike SB colorways of all time, and as great as they are on their own, they might be even better together.
Sponsored artist @sab_one took inspiration from both of these shoes to create a one-of-a-kind pair of "What the Lobster" Nike SB Dunk Lows, featuring unique color blocking, purple and blue lobster bands, mismatching black and red Swooshes, and more unique details.
With the NFL regular season coming up around the corner, players are starting to get their custom gear ready for the year.
Featuring a clean red and white color scheme and red Louis V branding, sponsored artist @solesbysir created these custom Louis V x Jordan cleats for Javon Kinlaw (@mook_dawg3) of the San Francisco 49ers.
Things are still unfolding, but it looks like Lionel Messi's time in Barcelona is finally coming to an end.
In light of this, now seems like the perfect time to bring back these great customs created by sponsored artist @lucha_loafers. Featuring two incredibly detailed portraits of Messi wearing the unmistakable Barcelona colors, these customs are the perfect way to commemorate a legendary stint in Barcelona.
Angelus paint can be used on much more than just shoes-- wallets, clothes, and even furniture are all great canvases for your art.
Sponsored artist @boyarde designed and painted this custom Goyard wallet featuring the one and only Kermit the Frog.