Each year, vans works with different artists to provide them with a platform to express their ideas and to promote their work to more people. Previously, John Van Hamersveld, Van Gogh Museum, and so on have created a lot of amazing “artwork.” The vans once again invited British artist Schoph to build the first joint of the two sides together.
The joint use of the Vans Classic slip-on, Sk8-hi and winter snow boots for the Hi-standard og-based design. Schoph’s paintings are integrated into three pairs of shoes, and he uses black and white skeletons, owls, wolves and other elements as the main pattern, the use of blue, purple, pink and other colors adorn them, creating a medieval classical dark style.
Both sides of the slip-on toe, sk8-hi and Hi-standard og are covered with schoph “skeleton” paintings, while the rest are dotted with black accents. The Schoph-painted skeleton “six” gesture pattern appears on the Hi-standard og tongue, which also appears embroidered in the remaining two pairs of shoes.
Hi-standard og is a popular snow boot from vans, made from a wide range of materials, such as suede, leather and canvas, with a detachable interior that is warm and comfortable and insulated, with a non-slip protection on the outside of the convex waffle. In addition, the joint includes long-sleeved sweatshirt and socks with Wolf totem and vans logo.
Schoph x Vans 2018 co-branded series is currently on sale, slip-on price 65usd,sk8-hi price 75usd,hi-standard og price 189.95USD.