With all of us stuck at home, we thought it'd be a good time to share some of the great customs our sponsored artists have been working on so that you can get some inspiration for your next quarantine project.
Check out the customs below, and make sure to visit our online store to grab the tools and materials you need to create your own unique pair of customs.
If you haven't seen the new Tiger King documentary on Netflix, you're missing out. Joe Exotic, the star of the doc, has become a cultural phenomenon over the past week, and what better way to join in on the fun than with a fresh pair of customs.
Sponsored artist @mache275 designed these custom AF1s, featuring a portrait of the man himself on top of a clean tiger print background.
If you want to see how these were made, make sure to check out the design video on the artist's YouTube channel.
We might not see basketball come back for a while, but that's no reason to give up that Mamba Mentality.
These custom Kobe 11s, created by sponsored artist @sab_one, feature the classic purple and gold Lakers colorway in dedication to the late Los Angeles legend.
Hand sanitizer is a precious commodity these days, so these next customs are sure to have some serious resale demand.
Sponsored artist @solesbysir designed these Purell-themed Stan Smiths to keep his feet as clean as his hands while we're in quarantine.
This next pair is certain to bring on some nostalgia.
Sponsored artists @tragik1993 threw it back to a childhood classic with these Toy Story-inspired custom Air Maxes.
Grab a 12 color assortment kit to see if you can recreate this clean Buzz Lightyear color scheme.
Last is another pair of Air Maxes designed just in time for Air Max day.
Sponsored artist @wallychamp15 designed the Air Max 90 "Warhawk," featuring a green and silver upper with the iconic Warhawk shark mouth design on the toe box.
If you liked these, make sure to follow us on Instagram for more great customs, and don't forget to wash your hands, stay inside, and stay safe.
Sticking with the AF1, sponsored artist @kingdom_made is next up with a unique take on the classic Nike Swoosh logo.
These customs feature the first attempt at an original chrome effect that takes these AF1s to another level without changing the classic all-white color scheme.
What's your favorite Tarantino movie?
For these next Air Force 1s, sponsored artist @danielcordas paid tribute to one of his favorites by depicting three of the main characters from the all-time classic, Pulp Fiction.
Making your own custom sneakers is all about creating what you can't have. Sometimes, that means recreating an existing colorway that you can't get your hands on.
That's what sponsored artist @astrotorfcustoms did with this pair of custom Air Max 90 Warhawks, which features a colorway almost identical to the original.
Make sure to grab a 12 color assortment kit if you want to try recreating your own favorite shoe.
You've probably seen the official Nike Mags before, but you've probably never seen a pair of Back to the Future hoverboard customs.
Sponsored artist @tragik1993 created both with this pair of customs -- one shoe featuring the classic Nike Mag color scheme, the other featuring the same color scheme and pattern as the board itself.
Which one do you prefer?
You're not limited to shoes for your custom projects. Angelus paints can be used to customize a variety of products, from backpacks to furniture.
Check out these pictures to get inspiration for your next custom project.
Check out the full tutorial to watch Enzo walk you through how to create this design, and to see all the materials you need to get started.
Air Maxes continue to be an all-time favorite for shoe artists.
Check out these custom "What the Air Max" AM1s design by sponsored artist @jwdanklefs, which features a variety of animal print and camo patterns.
Grab a 12 color assortment kit to try creating your own custom Air Maxes.
What would you name these Jordan 12s?
Sponsored artist @kattycustoms designed these Js features an all-black upper, multicolor camo sole, and neon pink accents.
Supreme x Louis Vuitton: every hypebeast's dream.
Turns out Drew Brees is a hypebeast himself. Sponsored artist @solesbysir designed these custom cleats for the legendary quarterback and added some gold accents to bring the design to a new level.
You ready to storm Area 51?
Need inspiration for your next project?
Check out these great customs from the end of July.
Jordan 1s are one of the top choices for custom artists around the country, but not many of them can make a pair as clean as these.
Sponsored artist @justwincustoms designed these custom 1s featuring a blacked-out colorway and took a torch to the classic Nike Swoosh.
You can use almost anything you want as the theme for your next pair of customs.
Take these custom Air Maxes, for example. Sponsored artist @jwdanklefs created these shoes featuring an orange, yellow, red, and cheetah print design to make his own Flamin' Hot Air Maxes.
If you're having trouble coming up with new designs, try playing with the logo to create a unique pair of customs.
These black Nikes, by sponsored artist @kelshmeamy, feature a new take on the classic Swoosh to make a one-of-a-kind pair of Air Force 1s.
Pick up some orange paint to see if you can replicate this design.
Creating a unique pair of customs goes beyond changing up the colorway. Try playing with patterns for your next project.
Sponsored artist @kendrascustoms created these custom AF1s, featuring a cheetah, zebra, and giraffe print design, just in time for the new live-action Lion King.
The new Lion King remake has a lot of people excited to see an updated version of their favorite childhood movie.
If you're one of these people, you can try your hand at making your own Lion King customs, like these detailed Vans from sponsored artist @lucha_loafers. Just grab a 12 Color Assortment Kit to get started.
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