Jeff Staple has teamed up with Scotland-based stone sculptor Alasdair Thomson to turn his iconic Nike SB Dunk Low "Pigeon" into a marble sculpture. The piece, which mimics the overall design of the actual sneaker, is made from a greyish, white marble.

Thomson pays incredibly attention to detail, incorporating the perforated toe box and fat tongue of the SB Dunks. While the majority of the piece boasts a luxe marble finish, Staple has commissioned the pigeon logo in gold towards the heel.

Jeff Staple's Nike SB Dunk Low "Pigeon" was originally released back in 2005 and remains one of the most sought after Nike SB sneakers to this day. Immortalizing the iconic shoe, the marble sculpture was released this week but has already sold out, as has the "Marble Pigeon" T-shirt inspired by the sculpture.

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