Nike Flyknit Collective Shanghai: Lightness
Teams were challenged to choreograph, stage and direct shoots at each category station with the goal of creating output that capturesd the densest light, illustrating the fastest speed of play in the shortest amount of time. Catch up on the rest of Workshop 2 here.
Flyknit Collective London: Sustainability
James Pearson-Howes encouraged the participants to look at the surrounding areas and buildings which were neglected in East London and thought of ways they could be turned into a better use of space.
Flyknit Collective London: Workshop 2 Submissions
Today is the last day to enter for Workshop 2 on Lightness. We’ve received some amazing submissions, so if you haven’t already captured movement mid-flight do it now!
Enter here at 1948 London to participate.
Flyknit Collective London: Sustainability Workshop, Day 3
The focus for the workshop’s third day was on ‘Making The Invisible Visible’. We asked our participants to explore and document the local area through sports and creativity with mentors photographer James Pearson-Howes and fitness instructor Chaka Bars on hand to guide them through.
Flyknit Collective London: Lightness
Those of you either in London or internationally at home have completed our Sustainability Challenge. Ready for the second one? This week we want you to capture movement mid-flight.
We’ve already received some awesome submissions—keep them coming! Enter the challenge here.
Flyknit Collective London: James Pearson-Howes
You may have seen the editorial work of UK photographer James Pearson-Howes in some of your favorite magazines—Vice, Dazed and Confused, i-D, and Nylon, to name a few. His personal work focuses on communities and multicultural societies in the UK, including Top Deck, a joint project of images taken from the top deck of East London buses and giving a new perspective on the everyday commute in London. We are pleased that he will joining the Flyknit Collective as a host for Workshop 1 on Sustainability.
View more of James Pearson-Howes’ work here.