It’s been a little while since I came across a pair of kicks I really liked, but this rad pair above totally caught my eye. They are pretty much low key but the subtle accents like the vulcanized eyelets make them stick out. But even though the shoes caught my interest, it was Suhaimi’s bad ass tee collection that held it. Click here to look at some of the prints he’s come up with. Awesome stuff!
26-year old freelance graphic designer, Suhaimi Saadan, is a student at LASALLE College of the Arts, majoring in Visual Communication and Advertising Design.
“I go by the moniker Plastikxp. That’s how I used to call myself during my street-art days. I love to DIY and I’m heavily influenced by street culture as you can see from the stuff that I do. Plastikxp Laboratories started when I decided to stop buying stuff, like shoes and tees, and decided to start making my own. Its a liberating feeling, knowing that you can actually make most of the things you used to buy. I’m currently working with a few of my classmates on a zine called WHY. WHY questions why we buy the stuff we buy. Basically it talks about the economics of consumerism and the sociological aspects as well as the background of 6 individuals whom were being experimented on.”
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