- 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
Providence , US
I grew up on the water spending most of my summers collecting small creatures. Summer was king for me, inspiring a lot of my current choices in imagery. I was never fond of the formal education system, though I did love learning. I was a window staring daydreamer. The one class I looked forward to was art. I began to take interest in impressionism, cubism, ancient wall art (Mayan to Mesopotamian) and graffiti. My style came out of an attempt to merge all of these styles, a decision that was both conscious and subconscious. I vividly remember the first time I figured out the stylistic direction I wanted to head in.I was sitting in a community college freshman year art history class…listening but doodling. Icovered an entire notebook page in mindless doodling. I remember looking down and thinking to myself ""that’s it!”. The backs to some things were the fronts to others, and to me it became a puzzle…a game of what I was going to fit in the negative spaces to cover a page.About six years ago, I can recall becoming bored with contemporary shoe designs. I instantly saw a canvas for my artwork and began designing custom pairs to surprise friends and family on birthdays and other special occasions. I’m now fortunate enough to be able to work as a creative consultant for a well established accessories & apparel company based in the Rhode Island area. Eventually, I would love for my art to go toward something that benefits the world in some way.