Zoo&co's bold critters all-over printed on Bucketfeet shoes
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Bucketfeet, The World's Most Unique Shoes, are now ready to order at Zoo&co, the easiest way to wear unique shoes printed with incredible and original art!
Bucketfeet collaborates with artists around the globe to design handmade-to-order shoes, created specifically for you, and delivered in about 10 business days.
Bucketfeet has joined forces with Artist Shops (Threadless) to offer one-of-a-kind art on an totally new and unique series of canvas — SHOES!
Chicago footwear startup Bucketfeet has been acquired by Threadless, another Chicago lifestyle brand and e-commerce fashion site. ... The company set out to give artists a platform to create unique, one-of-a-kind footwear all around the globe.
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Each design that you will find on a pair of Bucketfeet is the creation of an artist, and available in a limited edition only. Hence, Bucketfeet enable you to express your personality and individuality alike. Wearing Bucketfeet is wearing art on your feet, and you automatically help independent artists to keep up with their art.
Bucketfeet are a real way of expression, they tell a story, and they offer plenty to talk about, to show who you are. They are as comfortable as they are fashionable, so you can wear them confidently to all sorts of occasions. They are bold and fancy, this is a good reason to decide to print our bold critters on Bucketfeet shoes! We are ready to reliably provide you with shoes that both suit your style and express your mood.
The story of Bucketfeet
Raaja Nemani and Aaron Firestein met by chance while volunteering in Argentina. Aaron, an artist from Berkeley, CA, lived in Buenos Aires at that time, and for Raaja it was a stopover during his yearlong backpack trip around the world.
Before Raaja left Argentina, Aaron personally embellished his friend's all white sneakers. The inspiration for the unique and artful creation, on what eventually became the very first pair of Bucketfeet, were the city blocks of Buenos Aires. Throughout the remainder of Raaja's journey, this simple pair of shoes, sporting a work of art, sparked hundreds of conversations across six continents with people of all sorts of cultures and backgrounds. Raaja realised that all those people wanted to know more about the creator of his unique shoes, and about the story behind the design. And that he not only told them about Aaron but also about his art and their time spent together in Buenos Aires, perpetuated in this pair of shoes. Two years later - and, based on personal experience, convinced that art has the power to bring people together and make them connect - Nemani and Firestein joined forces to launch Bucketfeet in 2011. Bucketfeet provide a global community of artists with comfy shoes that are converted by them into pieces of wearable art and are the source of animated conversations all around the world.