Sponsored artist @sab_one created these custom The Office-themed Air Force 1s, featuring a variety of details pulled from the show. A notebook paper pattern stretches across both toe boxes, with The Office branding and Michael Scott's favorite joke across the top.
Ready to take your Jordan 1 lows to the next level?
Enzo from @ehkcustoms came through to show you how to create a custom pair of Shattered Backboard 3.0s. Plus, we have a few more great pairs of customs to give you some inspiration for your next project.
Check them out below.
The OG Shattered Backboards are one of the best Jordan 1 colorways of all time, and by following this tutorial, you can recreate it with a pair of Jordan 1 lows.
@ehkcustoms walks you through prepping, painting, and finishing this pair of custom lows, including an extra twist to build off of the original color scheme.
Daron Payne is bringing the fright to the field with these custom cleats designed by sponsored artist @solesbysir.
The custom Jordan cleats feature a portrait of the infamous Jason Voorhees over a bloody red and white background.
Sponsored artist @wallychamp15 created these custom Italy-inspired Air Max 90s, featuring a red, white, and green colorway based on the country's flag, plus a map of the country painted across the upper.
Sponsored artist @truebluecustoms created this killer pair of Nike SBs.
Offering another take on Jason Voorhees-inspired customs, these Nike SBs feature a bloody red and black color scheme, Friday the 13th branding, and Jason's iconic hockey mask on the tongues.
Sponsored artist @justwincustoms designed these x-ray Air Force 1s, featuring an x-ray image of a foot laid over the tongue and toe box. To finish these Halloween customs off, the artist swapped the laces out for two metal bolts and added spiked to the heels.
Grab some light green paint to get started on your own similar design.
Creating your own custom projects is the best way to get your hands on the sneakers and accessories that match your personal style. Whether you're after an AF1 colorway that doesn't exist, or you have a dream designer collab in mind, making it yourself is often the only way to get it done.
With that in mind, check out some of our favorite customs from this month below to get some inspiration for your next big project.
While a lot of artists stick to sneakers, you can customize almost anything as long as it's made up of the right materials.
Sponsored artist @swellguycustoms stopped by earlier this month to create a tutorial showcasing how you can use Angelus paints to customize a faux leather barstool, and you can apply these techniques to pretty much any faux leather product.
Check out the full tutorial to see the tools and techniques you can use to recreate this unique project.
Miss out on the Jordan 1 x Dior collaboration that dropped earlier this year?
This was one of the biggest collabs in recent history, but it was almost impossible to get your hands on. Fortunately, though, you can always recreate it for yourself.
Sponsored artist @truebluecustoms designed these custom cleats, featuring many of the same details from the original Jordan x Dior collab, including Dior-branded Swooshes, Air Dior branding, and a clean grey and white colorway.
With roles like the Black Panther and Jackie Robinson, Chadwick Boseman was a brilliant artist who inspired millions of people around the world.
To pay tribute to the late actor, sponsored artist @danielcordas designed these custom Balenciaga Runners, featuring an incredible illustration of one Chadwick Boseman's most iconic characters -- the Black Panther.
October is right around the corner, meaning now is a great time to start getting your Halloween customs ready.
Sponsored artist @lucha_loafers painted these custom Vans Slip-Ons, featuring some of the most recognizable villains of all time, from Hannibal Lecter to Freddy Krueger.
The Cactus Jack x McDonald's crossover is one of the weirder collabs we've seen yet, but that didn't stop the hype beasts from swarming McDonald's for a regular cheeseburger.
One good thing to come from this collab is this pair of custom Air Force 1s designed by @jaygotkustoms. These customs feature McDonald's x Travis Scott branding and a clean yellow, white, and brown color scheme to match the theme.
Most of you are probably using our products to pain custom sneakers, but there's a whole lot more you can do with Angelus paints.
To show you how you can use Angelus paints to create customs from other materials, Jamil Austin (@ill__customz) stopped by the studio to demonstrate how to paint a denim jacket in 5 easy steps.
Keep reading to see how you can create your own custom jacket, and make sure to check out the full tutorial on our YouTube channel.
Step 1: Prep & Clean
Just like customizing a pair of shoes, you want to start off by prepping and cleaning the surface of your denim jacket.
This step will help make sure the paint can adhere to the surface of the jacket.
Step 2: 2-Soft
We recommend using a 1:1 ratio of 2-Soft and paint for fabric materials like denim. This will help your paint adhere to the denim without making it stiff.
After putting down the base coat, heat-set using a heat gun at 300 degrees for three to five minutes.
Step 3: Sketch
After heat-setting the base coat, use a pencil to sketch the rest of your design. This step will help you avoid mistakes when painting, which are harder to correct.
Step 4: Paint
Once you're happy with your sketch, it's time to start painting your custom jacket -- just like you would for a pair of custom sneakers.
Make sure to only apply paint on top of the 2-Soft base coat in order to avoid making the fabric stiff and rigid. (Note: 2-Soft isn't necessary for small detail work.)
Step 5: Protective Coating
After you finish painting, all that's left is to add a protective coating to help make sure your design lasts.
Grab a can of Water & Stain Repellent and apply an even coat over any areas that you painted.
That's all there is to it. By following these steps, you can use your custom talents to create custom clothing and accessories.
If you want to follow along with @ill__customz to see how he made this Rick & Morty design, be sure to check out the full tutorial over on YouTube. And don't forget to follow Angelus on Instagram to see more custom projects like this.
Of course, the Patriots wound up getting Antonio Brown. Do you think they'll be able to run it back with AB?
These custom Vans, by sponsored artist @lucha_loafers, feature incredibly detailed portraits from the NFL legends Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.