Posted by marc July 11, 2016

Sekure D was on-site in Hong Kong for an exhibition featuring custom sneakers and the very popular Taiko No Tatsujin arcade game (which came out over here on PS2 as Taiko Drum Master). It's an odd pairing but I'm not complaining as I love both of those things. 20 pairs of Sekure D's customs were featured among many others, the standout piece being leather Chuck-style sneakers featuring the super kawaii Taiko No Tatsujin characters and Japanese-style clouds on top of Sekure D's awesome dotted fade. This pair was also recreated as a huge fiberglass sculpture, which must be an awesome accomplishment for the Australian artist, who got to go on an Angel Abby shopping spree while in Hong Kong, which I'm very jealous of.

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