Most of the girls love the shoes, it does not matter if they are red, blue, silver or black; neither are they flats or high-heeled, miner or boots Dr. Martens, we will never have enough in our closet, to complete a outfit
Kyoto Ohata, is a recognized Japanese shoemaker who understands perfectly the relationship between women and shoes, and makes unique styles for her clients; However, his latest creation is going around the world, as it seems to step on living pigeons, causing all kinds of comments on the Internet, although the truth is that as extravagant as a pair of shoes, we will never stop buying them.
Kyoto Ohata is a recognized shoemaker in Japan
His work is handmade.
His latest creation is causing great controversy
He puts all his creativity in each of his creations.
It is renewing the history of footwear
For pigeon shoes, he has used some of his most expensive shoes.
In an epic way
Each of the shoes was lined with previously decorated gray felt.
With the help of nature and its creativity
The idea of creating this style arose from his morning walks.
It is capturing pigeons in 3D on various sneakers
Ohata, journeys daily through an area full of pigeons, which fled in terror when they saw their shoes crossing the place.
Winning the admiration of some and the hatred of others
To avoid disturbing the birds that inhabit the area, Ohata created this line of footwear camouflage.
What probably few know
With them he pretends to keep the birds calm while eating or sleeping.
It is that these shoes besides being made by hand
For this reason, he has put all his efforts into creating a friendly line with the environment and its surroundings.
They have a very specific purpose
Apparently everyone can live in their own place.
Do not disturb real pigeons
They were identical!
Ohata, walks daily through an area full of pigeons
After making his Ohata walking birds, he decided to try his invention.
The birds scatter and flutter to avoid it
Apparently his invention worked perfectly.
So Ohara took matters into his own hands
So far the birds have not identified the intruders.
Now they all walk on the same sidewalk without any fear
Ohata has forgotten the annoying flutter of birds, feels more comfortable during her walks and is really friendly with other beings.
All an example of respect for nature.