Is that a shoe? Yes, and it’s an art too! Israeli designer Kobi Levi has an unusual way of getting inspiration for his footwear collection. No, this does not breathe the same air that most shoe brands do; he’s getting it somewhere else—from the chewing gum on the streets, the cheerleader’s pom-poms, sea creatures, fruits, and more. His creations exude the lifelike images portraying these familiar spectacles, making one curious about his admirable sense of style.
Designing shoes not just for the name of fashion, Levi has paved the way for creating droll scenarios involving one’s feet. These shoes are not for the ordinary; actually, they are more of an artwork fitted onto the foot to be showcased while walking. One could just wonder the many zany possibilities of charming onlookers with one of a kind designs that legitimately states that this is not just you ordinary shoe.
Shoe designing has been Kobi Levi’s passion since his young age. He has made shoe designs as early in his high school days. As he graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, he pursued his career in producing creative, ambitious and innovative shoe styles. If you are thinking to wear a banana peel as your footwear, you have to check out Kob Levi’s other designs at http://kobilevidesign.com/.