Artists around the country have been hard at work for the past couple of weeks creating new and unique customs.
If you're looking for ideas for your next project, or you just want to see what your fellow sneaker artists have been working on, check out some of our favorite customs from the past few weeks below.
Miss out on the "Chunk Dunky" Nike SB drop? As long as you're willing to put in a little bit of time, you can create your own.
Artist @sneakerqueenscustoms designed these custom "Chunky Dunky" AF1s, featuring the same Ben & Jerry's-inspired details as the official collab.
Want to try recreating this design yourself? Make sure you have the right set of brushes before you get started.
"I think I'm afraid of being happy because whenever I get too happy something bad always happens." - Charles Schultz
Sponsored artist @lucha_loafers paid tribute to Charles Schultz's iconic characters with this pair of custom checkered Charlie Brown Vans.
The Jordan 1 has become one of the most popular sneakers of all time, and it all started with the Banned 1s.
Sponsored artist @sneakerheadinthebay offers a unique take on the Banned 1s, featuring the same black and red colorway, white midsole, red sole, and a pair of "X's" painted across the heels.
You don't have to wait for October to get started on your Halloween customs.
These impressive custom Yeezys, by sponsored artist @truebluecustoms, feature the same red and green color scheme seen on the infamous Freddy Krueger sweater along with blood-speckled soles, and twin blades painted along the sides.
If you were a fan of the Air Jordan 4 Metallic Pack, then these last customs should be right up your alley.
Sponsored artist @wallychamp15 designed three pairs of Jordan 4s, dressed in red, white, and blue, respectively. Each pair features a solid colorway with matching laces and clean metallic eyelets.