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Paa Joe, a Ghanaian fantasy coffin artist, has created every sneakerhead’s dream: A Nike Air Max 95-themed sneaker coffin.

The coffin, which is on display at the “Mixed Pickles” exhibition in Berlin, was created back in 2004 and features masterful details such as the Air bubbles in the heel. Also noticeable is the multi-layered upper and unique lacing system which is synonymous with one of the most iconic Air Maxes ever made.

Paa Joe’s sneaker coffin is officially called the Ghanaian Nike Coffin. It was created using wood, oil paint, and interior fabric, and measures a standard 205 x 75 x 70 cm.

If you’re looking to literally rest in steez when you finally pass, the coffin will cost you over 10,000 EUR.

“Mixed Pickles” is a group show program that unites works from 17 artists from the fields of performance, installation, video art, and painting. It takes place in a decommissioned industrial warehouse in the heart of Berlin, all curated by Cologne-based gallery Ruttkowski;68.

Flip through the pictures above and let us know in the comments whether you know anyone that would cop this one-of-one sneaker coffin.

In other sneaker news, here’s how you can cop Nike’s Hybrid Air VaporMax Inneva.

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