Footwear blog , size? out of the UK, has a story on the history of the Nike Air Footscape . FUSE principal Toren Orzeck proposed and designed this iconic foot form running shoe back in the early 1990’s and it was released in 1996. What’s really cool is the timeline of all the different versions. If you check out the link here , you’ll see Orzeck’s design is the one that Nike keeps going back to. Definitely a fun read.
Patent Drawings and prototype. Orzeck didn’t get his fun FootFace glyph on the heel strap reflector.
First year production colorways for Men’s and Women’s
Lebron, Whoopi and Paul. McCartney wear’s the original.
In Core 77’s Coroflot Blog periodic column, What Do you look for in a designer?, Toren Orzeck gives his answers.
It’s hard to tell if Orzeck is alive in this picture, but people familiar with this image tell us he was breathing.
Here’s the link.
Designed and Developed by FUSE, the ABOM no fog goggle was showcased by the Wall Street Journal in their “Best New Ski Gear for Safety and Comfort” article. WSJ actually tested the goggle in blizzard conditions and gave it the thumbs up for coming through on the promise of keeping fog at bay.
Dan Sweet of Hepatgon Creative created this new place for our projects to live long after obsolescence. Dan did the Orpland.com website and we think this one is almost as good.
We can’t talk about it or show you yet, but we did this pretty cool thing for this tech giant! More soon.
Here’s another one we cant talk about or show , but its human powered and carries a large brown load.