Sneaker art has come a long way in the last couple of years, and the latest piece to make its rounds on the web is no exception. Created back in 2004, the Nike sculpture was created by Adam Brandejs and depicts a shoe made of flesh. Though not actually made of flesh, the shoe is said to serve as a reminder of the human cost behind the manufacturing process. Though actually made of latex cast materials, I am not sure if that even makes a difference. What you do think about this sneaker art and the meaning behind it? Source: Next Nature