New Product: Famous Photographer Shoes

New Product: Famous Photographer Shoes

You know you want them....presenting the first in our series of Inspirational Shoes, the Jesh Ked. These shoes will work like magic, just look down when you need a little creative boost or WWJDRD? (Or, you can come to our workshop at imagexworkshop.com!)

Okay, so I am joking....but how cool are these? Make custom products here: http://www.zazzle.com/

Fun Contest: Please send your best inspirational shoe designs (can be photographers, Design Aglow designs, or your own creations) to lena@designaglow.com within the next week. (Please make your image 8x12 @72 dpi like the one above.)

One lucky Design Aglow blog reader will actually win a pair of their own custom shoes as well as 15 minutes of fame modeling their look on the DA blog!




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