Missed last weekend’s blockbuster draw between America and England in the Football World Cup? Don’t fear. Now you can relive the action in miniature detail thanks to the talented folks at Lego Fussball.
World Cup fever is buzzing right now, and as we all know, the merchandising opportunities associated with such large scale events are endless. The coolest one to date is crayon carver Diem Chau’s collaboration with advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy for Nike’s Write the Future Campaign.
With the World Cup officially kicked off in South Africa, it’s time to celebrate the country’s bold culture, art, and style. And if you’re in Cape Town, a great spot to get down with South African talent is at Afro Café.
Here are some pretty clever shirts designed by Bas van de Poel and Daan van Dam for the Dutch team in anticipation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. I still don’t get why this isn’t a more popular sport in the US.
With the kickoff to the 2010 FIFA World Cup fast approaching, I’m prepared to go all out and support my team with the world’s most expensive soccer cleat. Designed by former fashion model and dancer, Luisa Di Marco, this collection of three luxury trainers sports a staggering 7,444 precious stones, valued at some $628,000. Gooooaaaaaalllll!