17/07/2015 13:34 BST | Updated 17/07/2015 13:59 BST

Nike Classic Album Trainers By Patso Dimitrov Will Make Fans Of A Tribe Called Quest Very Happy

Fans of band t-shirts rejoice - a product designer has come up with a new way for you to show your music allegiance... on your feet.

Danish designer Patso Dimitrov has reworked a collection of Nike basketball shoes inspired by the artwork from four iconic albums - Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures, A Tribe Called Quest's Low End Theory, Daft Punk's Alive and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

Sadly these trainers aren't currently for sale - but who know what could happen if they drum up enough interest.

Shoe shopping at gigs could soon be a thing!

A Tribe Called Quest's Low End Theory on a pair of Kyrie 1s.

Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon reimagined on the side of a pair of KD8s.


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