photography by Gary Morrisroe
Cool picture guys!
ja echt heel erg kool, niet dus. Homo zoekt vriend ofzo?
weer een blauwtje gelopen grant……. alleen op oudjaars avond. only the lonely
Ziet er goed uit P. Grt uit Goes
hey ouwe zeeuw hoe is ie? grt Pee
klasse grant! zie je vast snel weer eens, stay free
Rock Werchter Homie!!
Here at eatmoreshoes our success and growth is based on community contributions and teamwork. We aren’t just sneaker heads, but we’re talented individuals – writers, programmers, performers, photographers, videographers, editors, talkers, and movers – who come together in order to push a group effort: sharing our love of kicks and all things shoe-related.
Currently eatmoreshoes is specifically on the lookout for writers, photographers, and promoters. If you feel that you have the time, energy, and skills to join our team then please shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!
Here at eatmoreshoes we love our kicks, but we also open our minds to the greater cultural world that surrounds and engulfs the sneaker scenes around the world. Music, arts, events, films, performance, fashion, food, and people are at the heart of what is so good about lush leather and sweet suede strapped to your ankles with soft vintage laces, fats or thins, colored or bleached. We truly believe it’s the diversity of the scenes that make things stay exciting and keep up momentum year after year.
For this reason we see ‘hype’ as something that should cover more than just the most recent shoe releases or the most awaited collaborations between boutiques and brands. We think an album debut party or an avantgarde street performance could be ‘hype’. We think independent zine issues and self-built, DIY, underground gallery spaces are worthy of the title ‘hype’.
Currently eatmoreshoes is open to covering and promoting any creative individuals who love sneakers and find themselves (and their work) somehow relative to the various shoe scenes around the globe. If this is you – a creative person who loves their kicks and needs to get the word out about their personal and/or professional work – then please shoot us an email at email@example.com
The idea behind our magazine is relatively simple: we’re creating a site that showcases both the ‘history’ and the ‘hype’ of the worldwide sneaker culture without being elitist or trying to dictate to our readers. We cover various aspects of this culture by providing archives of adidas and PUMA shoes and clothing, hunting down and interviewing collectors, searching out the best stores we can find, and reporting on the hype.
As a reader you’re already part of the magazine and we’re here to showcase you and whatever you do, whether that be collecting, selling, or otherwise revolving around shoes.
So buckle up and enjoy the ride.
Editor in Chief / Co-Founder : Dylan Cromwell (Berlin, Germany) firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Director / Co-Founder: Errol (London, UK) email@example.com
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