Converse Sneaker Tattoo

Van Mensvoort
October 5th 2012

Today, shoes have been naturalized to the extend that we hardly can imagine life without them. Yet, shoes didn't exist in old nature, hence there must have been a day when footwear was a radical new technology people had to get attuned to. At that time, some ten-thousand of years ago, one had to decide whether to embrace or decline the emerging footwear technology, similar to mobile technology in our time.

Over the years, footwear moved from being an unfamiliar to an accepted phenomenon, from a second nature to a first nature. Like the mobile phones we carry only more recently, we can still decide to take off our shoes and experience life without them today. Indeed almost no one ever does that for a longer period, but at least we can.

The unidentified wearer of the Converse Sneaker Tattoo apparently decided he didn't want to experience any shoe-less moments in life anymore? Or he just wanted to get his feet on a blog? In any case, he got what he wanted. Peculiar image of the week. Via BoingBong.

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Mike
Posted 10/10/2012 – 17:49

Well, this guy just solve a problem buying a new shoes every year. That's one unique idea of getting a tattoo.

Jurrian
Posted 05/10/2012 – 12:00

Nice take on link from shoe to phone. are AR glasses next?

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