Painter Jayson Atienza did't go right for the Nylites in his process.
After sketching out the Nylite silhouette, Atienza started concepting color application and treatment.
Blue and red paint start to elude to the design aesthetic of Atienza but there's more to come.
@jaysonatienza brought his erratic, colorful, line-focused design to shoe form.
Each artist received a pristine pair of white Nylite shoes.
A design so perfect it looks stuck on. @emilio_ramos painted on colorful clouds.
@adelerenault took her beautiful, realistic feathers to the formerly white sneakers.
@iam_ronbass took the unique approach of dipping the soles in custom pastel liquid rubber.
Work in progress by @lucianofontanez.
We don't quite know if @mitchcantdraw can't draw, but he can definitely design. His inventive take on the Tretorn sneaker here.
@travrocone went for superb attention to detail in a black and white iteration.
The sneaker that started it all, shown here in it's unaltered original form. Get the Nylite Plus, $70, in vintage white.