Wyatt Navarro
Sneakers Published: November 22, 2018 Updated: November 23, 2018  |  WORDS: Mari Martinez

Tyler The Creator and Converse recruit two artists for new collection exclusive to Foot Locker

The Tyler The Creator artist series ropes in two artists to put their spin on the Converse Chuck 70 and One Star.

Tyler The Creator Artist Series

The rapper releases yet another collection with Converse, this time in collaboration with other artists.

The Flower Boy rapper keeps blessing the market with his shoes as he teams up with Converse and Foot Locker on an artist series. The two artists involved are Wyatt Navarro and Øyvind Lauvdahl, who have each designed the Chuck 70 and One Star, respectively.

Navarro, who was assigned the Chuck 70 as his canvas, illustrates dreamy and colorful graphics on his pair. Chain motifs and doodled faces can be seen plastered all over the cream upper. Blue and orange detailing can be found on the stripes on the midsole of the Chuck 70.

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On the One Star, Norwegian artist Øyvind Lauvdahl covers the upper in black and white sketches inspired by the winters in Norway. Imagery of the forest, a falling body and some writing can be found on the sneaker. The sneaker has a cream upper with black sketches and the midsole is also split into a black and white design, with the front part wrapping the toecap in black while the back half is white.

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Both Lauvdahl and Navarro also joined forces to spruce up the second Chuck 70 in the collection. The two go crazy on the sneaker’s white upper, slapping rainbow-colored graphics on the sneaker.

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The Tyler The Creator artist series in partnership with Converse is exclusive to Foot Locker. The sneaker will drop on November 26 on FootLocker’s website and physical stores. We’re not sure if the collection will be available at Foot Locker Singapore, but stay tuned for updates.

What do you think of the Tyler The Creator Artist Series? Do you customize your sneakers? Let us know in the comments. 

All images: Converse via Sole Collector

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