16 influencial Dunks - 16 unique stories.
The Nike Dunk is unlike any other sneaker. With 4,000+ pairs in existence, there are a core few that made a statement and changed the game. The Chronicles section of the Nike Dunk site is a curation project featuring the top 16 influential Dunks and their artists. Each Dunk segment contains original commissioned artwork, a photo gallery, multiple shoe views, and an artist interview. 2 artist pieces drop each week over the course of 2 months.
Also Known As
The Wet Pack. read more »
An exclusive interview with AKA’s Allen Benedikt.
Original artwork and photography from the AKA crew.
The heart of Tokyo streetwear. Original manga artwork by David Hyung. read more »
The Wu-Tang Clan
Straight from the Brooklyn Zoo, a Killer Bee hyperstrike. read more »
Snake meets Ostrich. read more »
Iconic Stussy artwork.
Original sketches from Paul Mittleman and the Stussy team.
Alternate sneaker angles highlight the Dunk.
An experimental approach that introduced new aesthetics and techniques for a wearable canvas. read more »
Original Splatter canvas by Dave White
True Splatters by Dave White
Dave White Malaysia Nike Gallery exhibit.
The Low Pro B
Where it all began - the birth of the SB line. read more »
Original Low Pro B print collateral.
Original SB Brand Photography.
Original SB Brand Photography.
A limited edition iconic skate shoe representing one of the first skate, snow, and street fashion crews - Alphanumeric. read more »
The Nike Dunk meets The Shopping Mall. read more »
Two instant classics from Undefeated. read more »
Original Undefeated artwork.
A glimpse inside the Undefeated stores.
The overspray treatment - inspired/influenced by graffiti legend and multi-disciplinary artist Eric Haze. read more »
An exclusive interview with Eric Haze.
Original charcoal artwork by Haze.
Smooth like butter - the premium leather of the Butter Dunk changed the way in which materials were selected for the Nike Dunk. read more »
“The unique colors and materials on this Dunk represent who I am and where I’m from” - Kicks/HI. read more »
An exclusive interview with Ian Ginoza on the inspiration of the Kicks/HI Dunk.
The photo gallery section supports original Kicks/HI artwork and in-store imagery.
2 graffiti legends, Stash and Futura, team-up to create the F2T.50 — Futura 50th birthday Dunk. Original background artwork by Stash. read more »
An exclusive interview with Stash on the story of the F2T.50 Dunk and history of Futura.
Original artwork from Futura’s 50th Birthday.
The White Dunk
The evolution of an icon. 25 Japanese artists take inspiration from innovation : the Tokyo White Dunk exhibit. read more »
Masakazu Katsura - Double Dunk
Eisaku Kito - Diva
The Original 7
Be True to Your School — 6 colleges, 6 colorways. This is where it all began - a pivotal point in Dunk history. read more »
Vintage print collateral supports the story of each college colorway - Michigan, UNLV, Kentucky, Georgetown, St. Johns, Syracuse, and Iowa.
Original marketing collateral for the ‘ Be True to Your School ‘ campaign.