Bucketfeet collaborates with Minimal founder on iPad-designed shoe

Artist-designed footwear brand Bucketfeet has teamed up with Scott Wilson of Minimal on Skullz, a limited-edition shoe that merges art and technology. Using the Lunatik, a touch pen created by his Chicago-based company that allows for a seamless transition from analog to digital with the click of a button, Wilson drew his original artwork in Sketchbook Pro on the iPad and then applied the Percolator app which transformed the hand-drawn art into a circle-based abstracted pattern that became Skullz.

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Artist-designed footwear brand Bucketfeet has teamed up with Scott Wilson of Minimal on Skullz, a limited-edition shoe that merges art and technology. Using the Lunatik, a touch pen created by his Chicago-based company that allows for a seamless transition from analog to digital with the click of a button, Wilson drew his original artwork in Sketchbook Pro on the iPad and then applied the Percolator app which transformed the hand-drawn art into a circle-based abstracted pattern that became Skullz. Launching on August 1, limited quantity of the special edition shoes will be produced and pre-sold exclusively online at www.bucketfeet.com for $100 each.

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