Nike Shox and Crime

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Nike Shox and Crime features a long excerpt from Adolf Loos’ essay on modernism, Ornament and Crime, 1910, where every word ornament was replaced by nike shox. The book works as an analysis on ornamentation nowadays, taking the sneaker as a core. Moreover, it is also a treatise on falsification, with nike shox being one of the great icons of illegal reproduction, and the book itself, a forgery of the original text by Loos.

Roman statue images by Matheus Chiaratti. Design by Gabriel Finotti – 72 pages, square spine, two-color risograph printing (black and gold) and limited print run of 100 copies

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Weight 100 g
Dimensions 17 × 27 × 0.5 cm
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