Anastasia Radevich is of Belarusian origin but a Montreal-based shoe designer who looks at the world in a different and courageous way. She is inspired by the work of Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen (she was hired by him when she appeared at his studio door) and she collaborated with well-know brands as Zara, Aldo and shoe designers like Nicholas Kirkwood.
The XYZ shoe is an exploration into design pluralism. The culmination of a Masters thesis completed at Victoria University of Wellington. The shoe is a vehicle that expresses the future of design where the sum of all parts are considered to create the best object available.
Jing Zhang an illustrator/designer in London. He started as a fashion illustrator a few years ago. But having broadened his creative vision in the fascinating capital, now he illustrates, he designs, and he animates. He has done some of the amazing works for big brands like Osiris Shoes, Future Publishing, Digital Arts, Ford, Volvo, IBD and etc…
Swedish designer Marcus Abrahamsson devised this bollard with a foot rest and handle to help cyclists keep their balance at traffic lights.The second loop just off the ground is covered over with extruded metal mesh to create a panel with improved grip for shoes.
Footwear designer Liz Ciokajlo mixed fibrous materials with bio-resin to set each shoe in a continuous piece. She used natural fibres from coconut husks and flax to create this shoe collection. Even though each design looks solid, the heels are hollow to reduce weight and allow air to flow up through holes in the insoles.