Celebrating sneaker culture: Graphic design student’s work is featured at Detroit exhibit
Kol ha'kavod to Bernard Zell Class of 2015 alumni, Matt Brodsky, a graphic design student in his senior year at Syracuse University, for being part of a month long exhibit in Detroit celebrating sneaker culture.
Per the article shared by Syracuse University Newhouse School of Public Communications—
"Matt has three digital portraits on display at the Sneaker House art installation, which celebrates and highlights sneaker culture through visually dynamic displays and artwork. The exhibit is part of Design Core Detroit and sponsored by Foot Locker.
Brodsky’s portraits, part of the design series, “Soles,” are collages made from pieces of sneakers. He says he first found creative inspiration while growing up in Chicago, where Michael Jordan and the Bulls meant sneaker culture was strong."
Read the online article here.
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