- Made-to-order, artist-designed shoes
- Durable 82% polyester, 18% cotton material blend
- Classic slip-on silhouette
- Rubber sole for dependable traction
- High-quality dye sublimation heat transfer print
- Removable in-sole; Cushion & comfort bubbles
- Machine wash cold; air dry
- Up to $10 royalty paid back to the artist
Bucketfeet are standard widths, B for women and D for men.
If you are unsure about sizing, we suggest staying true to size.
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About This Artist
Los Angeles, US
Born and raised in Los Angeles, ARCHERONE is a seasoned artist with deep roots in the LA urban and street art scene. From captivating murals, decorating different areas in LA, to legendary album cover art for music artists, ARCHERONE is a strong force in design for the “culture.” In high school, through a career-day program, ARCHERONE had the privilege of meeting world renowned artist Charles Bibbs. Bibbs recognized the talent and told ARCHERONE that his art skills were more advanced than his at that age. Bibbs made ARCHERONE his apprentice and he learned the craft of being an entrepreneur. He went on to work with the Wayans brothers, creating characters for the animated series The Thugaboos and the logo for the movie White Chicks. ARCHERONE’s art continued to thrive and he later moved on to fashion graphics. He quickly became a fashion innovator and a principle pillar in today’s hypebeast culture. He’s designed for American rapper and actress, Eve, and her clothing line, Fetish. In the early 2000’s ARCHERONE joined forces with Nipsey Hussle and became the illustrator and designer at The Marathon Clothing. Since then he has had multiple projects, including artwork for Playground Clothing, running and exhibiting his art at Playground Gallery with partner Jorge Peniche, and creating art for Grammy nominated artists. ARCHERONE is on the cutting edge of urban street art as the first to create “Urban Emojis” and then “Playpix App” to make these emojis accessible to all. ARCHERONE gives back to his community by giving talks at middle and high schools in low-income neighborhoods. He shares his story in an effort to inspire and encourage kids going through the same challenges he once did by telling them dreams are for everyone to make come true.