Fast Sneaks' Gensis collection feature 1-of-1 sneakers that are truly unique works of art. Each pair is inspired by Brendan Murphy's 20-year body of work and have been curated by the artist himself, ensuring that no two pairs are alike. With randomized traits that have been carefully coded, each sneaker is a masterpiece in its own right. Don't miss out on the opportunity to add these stunning pieces to your existing sneaker or art collection and make a statement with a truly one-of-a-kind item.
Each pair of 1-of-1 sneakers comes in a custom transparent display case that is hand embellished by Brendan Murphy. Proudly display your one-of-a-kind sneakers for everyone to see.
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Included with your 1-of-1 pair of sneakers, you’ll get to select a bonus pair of limited edition Fast Sneaks. Show off your style by choosing between 3 different design options.
Brendan Murphy is a world renowned American artist whose painting and sculpture work can be found in many private collections and public displays around the world. Famous collectors include Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Larry Page, Warren Buffett, Ryan Gosling among many others. Brendan, who founded the Boonji Project, did his first drop of the Boonji Avatars in 2021. It became the biggest NFT primary sale in history. He is also the man behind “Frozen with Desire” sculpture. A 42” spaceman covered in 6,200 responsibly sourced diamonds with a total weight of 517-carats. Most recently, Brendan unveiled the 13 foot spaceman sculpture for the Houston Astros which now lives inside the Minute Maid Park baseball stadium.