Wednesday, November 19, 2014

"American Heroes" Jordan 6 Discount for All Military Personnel!

For all military personnel (both currently active and former/retired), I am offering a discount on all orders for the "American Heroes" Jordan 6 customs!  Just email me at with proof of service (it can be a copy of military ID or some proof of service in any branch), and I will provide you with a code to enter at checkout that will give you 20% off this shoe along with free shipping!

How to get code:

1.  Email proof of service to my email:
2. I will email you back with the discount code
3. After adding this shoe to your cart, enter the code during checkout to get the discount

Also, if you're ordering more than one pair of this shoe, the discount will work on each pair (Example: if you're ordering 2 pairs of this shoe and add the discount code, the code will discount both pairs)!

Here is the direct store link:

More pics below:

Monday, November 17, 2014

Freestyle Customs

Not sure yet how long i'll be doing this (may depend on the response) but I am now offering a freestyle custom option.  Basic colorways are $150 while more detailed designs such as prints, logos, characters, etc. are between $200-$300 depending on detail.  There are a few rules however:

1.  Customer must supply their own shoes (leather based or canvas shoes preferred)

2.  Shoes must be either deadstock (meaning Brand New) or at least in good condition (no damaged shoes)

3.  Will not be doing any Yeezy or Red October themes

Pretty much anything else is acceptable.  Whether you're looking for a comic book/super hero theme, your favorite sports team, company logo, fancy hand painted print (camouflage, floral, etc.), just a simple basic colorway, or would like me to come up with an idea of my own, now's the time to take advantage of this opportunity!  Email me with your idea at

Friday, October 31, 2014

"Blue Magic"

Just a little something I whipped up for my personal collection.  The Jordan 7 is a base that I have only worked with once before and have been wanting to work with again for some time.

I managed to get my hands on a pair of the Jordan 7 Orlando Magics from the defining moments pack and thought they would make a great base for the custom:

Now I had originally come up with the idea I wanted to use for this a month prior but ended up changing the idea 2 days before starting work on them.  So after reworking my original idea, it was time to start working.  Here's the finished result:

This particular custom is something I made for my own personal collection and is currently not for sale.  However, if you have a custom idea of your own, email me at  Also, feel free to check out my main website, as well as some of my customs I have that are available for ordering through the online store, (online store is also accessible through the main site).

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Custom Kicks workshops @ The JCC In Bayonne

Starting Monday, November 17th, I will be holding a series of workshops teaching the basics of sneaker customization!  Looking forward to this endeavor and although i'm a little nervous since i've never taught lessons on my craft, it is something i've wanted to do for a while now.  I love the idea of inspiring others in different ways & hopefully i'll manage to create some new aspiring sneaker artists out of these classes.  I've been customizing sneakers for over 10 years and hope to share some of my knowledge with my future students.

Classes will begin on Monday, November 17th and run every Monday & Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the Jewish Community Center in Bayonne, New Jersey.  For more information, call (201) 436-6900.  See picture flyer for more info.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

"Colors Of Autumn"

Light jacket weather.  Halloween,  Pumpkin spice lattes.  Leaves on the ground.  Some of the things that I love about fall, my 3rd favorite season behind summer and spring (actually I love every season except winter but that's another topic).  So following the last shoe I put out which was also fall-related (see here), I wanted to do something that was kind of the embodiment of fall.  I call these "Colors of Autumn".

The base shoe was a pair of all-white Nike iD Spizikes that I got from Ebay.  They were reasonably priced and happened to be my size so I grabbed them right away:

I had them sitting around for about a month before deciding what I wanted to do with them.  I got the fall theme inspiration after doing the last pair so after whipping up an idea here's the finished result:

I did some researching via Google pics to get an idea of some of the different colors of autumn (it also helps that I happen to live near a park, which is where I took these pics & it just so happens the sneakers match the leaves perfectly, which makes a great backdrop for the photos).  This shoe is a 1-of-1 for my own personal collection so it's not for sale (I may be willing to do something similar on a different shoe, although the design would have to be different).  If you want an original shoe theme of your own, email me at  Or you can purchase various designs that i've done that are currently for sale at

Thursday, October 9, 2014

"Hallowween (formerly known as "Molten Lava")

Originally I intended for these to be named "Molten Lava" as I thought they reminded me of it, kinda like my past "Volcanic Eruption" customs.  But after looking at them again after having edited the pictures (and being as though it's October), I felt like they had more of a Halloween pumpkin look to them.  This is my first time working with the Jordan 10s as a base for a custom and it's perfect for the finished product.

Base shoe: Jordan 10 "Bobcats"

Finished product:

The shoe features a transition fade from a darker orange to a lighter orange (hand done, no airbrush) and some cool midsole details.  Currently, I will only be doing 15 pairs of these (both men's and women's/GS sizes available).  Ordering info is at this link:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

"American Heroes"

This may be the most important shoe i've done so far.  After having seen some of the tributes during the anniversary of 9/11, I was inspired to do something that would pay tribute to the heroes of that day.  The ones who went above and beyond and risked their lives to help others in peril.  I thought about the firefighters and the police officers who put put themselves in danger to help save lives....yes it's something they do everyday as it's a part of their jobs but the events of 9/11/01 really put things into perspective and made me realize just how dangerous their jobs are.  I thought about the stories I heard of men and women who enlisted in the military to fight for this country's freedom after the 9/11 tragedy.  Regardless of your feelings on law enforcement and/or war, you have to respect those who are willing to put their lives on the line to defend what they believe in and/or come to the aid of their fellow human being.

The reason I called it "American Heroes" was to pay homage to the firefighters, law enforcement, and military service men and women who put it all on the line, some unfortunately paying the ultimate price.  This design continues the desert camo theme (which is obviously a nod to the military).

I also had some custom dog tags made to compliment the shoe.  One tag reads "Air Jordan 6 American Heroes By Ecentrik Artistry" while the other reads "A Tribute To The Heroes Of 9/11 & Our Service Men & Women".

(Yes that is the new World Trade Center in the background)

I have been contemplating for a few days what direction to go in with this particular shoe.  I asked the opinion of close friends, brainstormed in my head, thought about the possibility of criticism on my choice and have decided this: I will accept orders for this shoe, but also, a portion of the sales of each order will be donated to the 9/11 Memorial Fund.  Currently I will only be taking orders for this shoe until the end of October (10/31/14).  Each pair will also come with the custom dog tags pictured.  Click the link below for order information: