If you’ve seen my Instagram, you know I got a pair of the beautiful END x New Balance M575END “White Marble” before its official launch. END, with brand New Balance, dug into the archives to bring back the lost silhouette to…
Quite a few months back I said I would be back, but that didn’t happen. I don’t know where to even start , but know that Im in the process of moving this blog to my portfolio site. Basically, when you type in vagrantsneaker.com it will direct you to my portfolio site instead of here. This blog will be defaulted back to the original URL vagrantsneaker.wordpress.com. The reason for the lay off of all things sneaker and photography stuff? My lower back. For a couple of years now I’ve had the grueling pleasure of dealing with a pinched nerve and sciatica on my left leg. Not the best of times I tell you.
Just a really quick post. I’ll be relaunching the site soon (Looking at March). I’ve been too busy now-a-days to sit down and blog like I used too. But, Im in the process of getting a new template for the blog and working on fresh and different content. This year, I’ll get back on the horse.
Anyway, I hope your new year has started out good. See you soon and stay safe.
April 15th 2013 has forever been embedded in our heads as the day of the tragic Boston Marathon bombing. To pay tribute to the city and honor those caught in the chaotic event, Boston Magazine hired Mitch Feinberg to create the photograph above. Yes, those are the shoes in the heart shape that belonged to some of the people that ran the traditional yearly (117th) event when the bombing occurred. The magazine reached out to the runners and asked if they could donate their shoes to tell the story for the cover above and consequently, the back of the magazine. Receiving about 120 pairs in total, the project for this important photograph began…
If you’ve been following the SDMR Podcast, then you have heard this episode already. For those that haven’t, you are in for a treat if you’re a fan of New Balance. In this episode of SDMR (Sneaker Design, Media, and Retail) you get to hear from your host Jacques Slade aka KUSTOO, with partners Brett Golliff, and Clyde Edwards talk about New Balance. It’s a great podcast with loads of information for old and new NB fans. Hear about NB’s beginnings, shoe models, trends, and current progress. It’s informative and will definitely teach you a lot about the Boston company. You can listen to the episode in its entirety at the site or subscribe to it on iTunes to listen to on the go. Nice job guys and thanks to Cylde for the shout out.