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NYC Street Artist Bradley Theodore Joins Forces With PUMA

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The Bradley Theodore x PUMA Thunder trainer is just one of the many styles to drop from the street artist meets sneaker head collab.

World renowned street artist Bradley Theodore has reconnected with the world-famous brand, Puma, following up on their collaboration from September of last year. The duo have created a 23-piece lifestyle collection, which shows off the signature treatment of the NYC based visual artist.

Bradley Theodore x PUMA jacket

The drop consists of several pairs of sneakers, bomber jacket, hoodie, tote bag and many more. The Bradley Theodore x Puma Thunder trainer has a leather upper and contrast mesh, which seems to be perfect for this modern silhouette. The Bradley Theodore x Puma Basket Mid and The Bradley Theodore x Puma Clyde have an exclusive design, because all the graphics on the quarter panels were drawn by artist himself. Lastly, the Bradley Theodore x Puma Capri also includes the street artist’s hand-drawn effects of glossy graphics on panels with his well-known “NEW YORK” script.

Bradley Theodore x PUMA Thunder

In the second collaboration between Bradley Theodore and Pumaa, the sneakers look really unique because of the rich patches of color and a hand-painted feel. To all other, some symbols like hearts, skulls or hashtags are not there just for nothing, they actually represent the culture of representation and communication of the present days.

Bradley Theodore x PUMA Clyde

The Bradley Theodore x PUMA Thunder trainer and other items from the collection will be available globally on Saturday 12th January from global PUMA stockist such as afew-store.com. In other similar type posts you can also check out our exclusive interview with Bradley Theodore.

Bradley Theodore x PUMA Basket Mid

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Aneliya Digimbayeva
Aneliya Digimbayeva

Aneliya is a current student of English philosophy. Originally from Kazakhstan, and now based in Poland. She is interested in streetwear culture and the basics of running a streetwear brand.

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