French concept artist, The Golden Shape, has gone to work on two Nike models, the Air Max Plus and Air More Uptempo, to conceptualize how they may have looked had Virgil Abloh chosen them for his “The Ten” collaboration with Nike.

Having already worked on 10 classic Nike silhouettes, Nike and Virgil stans obviously wanted to see the collection expanded to include more of their favorite sneakers.

It seems unlikely that the designer himself will expand his collection, however, The Golden Shape has provided fans with mock ups to, at the very least, temporarily quench their thirst.

Check out the two concepts above and let us know what other silhouettes you’d like to see worked on in the future.

In other sneaker news, UNDEFEATED is dropping a third colorway of its much-hyped Air Max 97 collaboration this weekend.

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