Thursday, April 25, 2013

High Heels with High Artistic Painting Art

If you would like to collect something unique collection of art and valuable, maybe handmade shoes with this beautiful painting can make you interested. Not just any painting, but the image of the artwork that has been famous in the world. Start from Picasso style painting to Van Gogh style. Curious as to what? Let us look at another collection as quoted by Female Mag.


Vincent Van Gogh
Pump shoes are named Dolly was created by designer Charlotte Olympia in collaboration with British painter, Boyarde. One of the images in this shoe inspired by the painting 'Starry Night' from the iconic Van Gogh.


Pablo Picasso
Dolly pumps made exclusive, only 100 pairs per design. Painting on the shoe took inspiration from Spanish painter, Pablo Picasso's famous painting faces with abstract lines and bright colors blend.

Pop Art
Shoes that have been introduced to the market early last year it also displays images of the most iconic pop art. Ie the image of women in America in the comics that painted by the painter Roy Lichtenstein.

Mondrian
Artistic value of this shoe is a colorful picture box that characterizes Dutch painter, Mondrian. According Boyarde in his blog, Mondrian works the hardest to do. This is because the texture of shoe plump, while the Mondrian image should be striped straight.

Howard Hodgkin
Hodgkin's better known as the box-shaped pattern abstract painting to frame it. The painting was touted as a painter of emotional expression. It is also stated in the Charlotte Olympia shoes image that looks colorful.

Pollock
Picture called 'Abstract Expressionism' This is the work of Pollock in World War II. According to painters shoes, drawing it was the most fun to make. Do not need a pattern, just a splash of paint with shades of three different colors. Artistic of Charlotte Olympia shoes are sold in stores Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour, Miami.


For details please see the gallery below:


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IMG via : femalemag.com


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