Whether it’s pumps, trainers, or boots, custom shoe designers have created a strong niche for themselves in the world of fashion.
Participants will learn the detailed process of customizing and selling shoes, while viewing and analyzing custom shoe design theory with world-renowned artist Jacob Patterson.
Limited spaces available; 12 seats. Emails honored by time received. Call or email with “LA Workshop” in subject line to reserve a seat after down payment. Lunch, materials, and sneakers included in price. All skill levels welcome!
Ask about student discounts.
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Above is info for my upcoming workshop! In case you didn’t know, I am giving away free games and shirts of my own design to those who help me fill all twelve seats by sharing it online! Click here to tweet, or here to post to FaceBook, or just reblog this!. Let me know once you have done so and I will enter your name into the raffle for a free copy of Dragon Age II.
Participants of this workshop can expect to learn everything there is to know about custom sneakers. From prepping to designing, to painting and finishing, students will walk away from this workshop with a downright affordable work of art on their feet, and the knowhow to create their own fresh kicks for free from that point on.
I have been around the block in the world of custom shoes, and have painted everything from cleats to heels, but I am also excited to announce that custom sneakers’ only dedicated historian, Brandon “Evolved-Footwear” Laskowski, will be flying out to document this event (and maybe conduct a panel with me if I can convince him!).
Email me at email@example.com for information, or visit my site to see a bit of my work and contact me there!
The workshop is in Downtown Los Angeles on October 22nd & 23rd, and runs from 11am-4pm both days, with a night in between for artists to bring their work home and paint in private! I will also be releasing the work of each participant on my blog and YouTube channel, if they are so inclined.
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