Where form meets function

Milan-based artist Yujia Hu, better know as The Onigiri Art, continues to do what he does best as he turns today’s most hyped kicks into edible pieces of sushi. This past weekend’s YEEZY Boost 350 V2 “Cream White” release, for instance, gets imagined as a simple rice creation, while last summer’s Supreme slides bare pink salmon instead of the brand’s iconic red.

Even Supreme’s just-released money gun gets the sashimi treatment.

"SUSHEME GUN" @supremenewyork @highsnobiety @supreme__hustle #supreme #supremegun #highsnobiety #streetwear #streetstyle #onigiri #theonigiriart #sakanasushimilano #sneakers #sneakerart #cashcannon

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More complex creations include the below Nike x Supreme Air More Uptempos, Nikes, Jordans, Vans and adidas.

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Brock Cardiner is the Editorial Director of Highsnobiety. He oversees Highsnobiety's content strategy across platforms and mediums. Brock splits his time between Berlin and Los Angeles.

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