We spoke to three local creatives about their work, their inspirations, and their artistic interpretation of Air Max

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We spoke to three local creatives about their work, their inspirations, and their artistic interpretation of Air Max

Let it be known, Australia is in the midst of a creative renaissance. The cultural cringe that permeated the 1980s, ’90s and beyond has given away to a vibrant, thriving art scene that is every bit as colourful as it is dynamic.

Three local artists at the forefront of this new movement are street artist Elliott Routledge (aka Numskull), motion graphic artist Joyce Ho, and paper engineer Benja Harney.

Each artist was recently invited to be part of the Nike Air Max Lab in Sydney where they were tasked with bringing the design ethos of Air Max to life.

Their final works will be unveiled on Nike Air Max Day, March 26.

Three local artists at the forefront of this new movement are street artist …

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