Millennium Shoes reports, “Today, artist Gabriel Dishaw from Indianapolis, Indiana, takes the artistic feature of sneaker culture to whole other level. He has created one of his most beloved sneakers of the year, the Nike Air Max 2011, from a assortment of what most people would consider ‘junk’. By using bits and pieces from old computer motherboards, typewriter cases, USB ports, chipsets, and 747 airplane oxygen masks, he has specifically portrayed one of this year’s most innovative sneaker creations.”

Apparently the sneaker inspired sculpture took 90 hours to complete. No small feat.

More images after the jump.

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