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Thursday, February 17, 2005

Art of Puma

It was first released way back in 1989. Puma has re-released this artistic looking shoe called "Art of Puma". It's designed by a couple of unknown Japanese artists in West Germany and mimics the original version as close as possible.

Full Pictures Here.



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1 Comments:

At 4:21 PM, Anonymous abstract art said...

Hi Kevin I’ve been looking for original art related blogs and I came across yours on Art of Puma during my trawl, so I thought it would be polite to let you know about my visit. I have just recently started a daily news feed on my own site and you are most welcome to come and visit me at original art.

 

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