MIKE SUNDAY

MIKE SUNDAY

GRAPHIC/ANIMATED ARTIST

GRAPHIC/ANIMATED ARTIST

Toronto native, Mike Sunday hates standing

still. Between traveling and trying new food, he’s

a product and motion designer. As a Nike

Artist of Air, he wants to inspire others with

his passion for sneaker culture and share

his unique vision to the world.

Toronto native, Mike Sunday hates standing

still. Between traveling and trying new food, he’s

a product and motion designer. As a Nike

Artist of Air, he wants to inspire others with

his passion for sneaker culture and share

his unique vision to the world.

MARIA QAMAR / HATECOPY

MARIA QAMAR / HATECOPY

GRAPHIC/POP ARTIST

GRAPHIC/POP ARTIST

 

While most kids would resort to writing a journal to deal

with their feelings, Qamar turned to art,  creating comic

strips in her sketchbook. 

 

Today, Qamar, is known as the artist Hatecopy — whose

Lichtenstein-style posts on desi oddities have racked up

over one hundred thousand followers on Instagram and

found fans in Mindy Kaling and Lena Dunham.

 

The central characters in Hatecopy are aunties — the

judgmental tribe offering unsolicited advice, and the

artwork hilariously depicts the struggles of south

Asianimmigrants in the west.

 

When asked about her collaboration with Nike for

Air Max Day, she responded “The creative was easy -

who wouldn't want to merge their culture with Nike’s!”

 

While most kids would resort to writing a journal to deal

with their feelings, Qamar turned to art,  creating comic

strips in her sketchbook. 

 

Today, Qamar, is known as the artist Hatecopy — whose

Lichtenstein-style posts on desi oddities have racked up

over one hundred thousand followers on Instagram and

found fans in Mindy Kaling and Lena Dunham.

 

The central characters in Hatecopy are aunties — the

judgmental tribe offering unsolicited advice, and the

artwork hilariously depicts the struggles of south

Asianimmigrants in the west.

 

When asked about her collaboration with Nike for

Air Max Day, she responded “The creative was easy -

who wouldn't want to merge their culture with Nike’s!”

COREY MORANIS

COREY MORANIS

JEWELRY DESIGNER

JEWELRY DESIGNER

Corey Moranis is a Canadian artist specializing

in lucite jewelry. Her pieces are created by hand,

with individual care and attention. Corey loves

working with lucite because of its playful nature

and mesmerizing light effects.  

 

The inspiration behind her collaboration with

Nike came from the Air Max 270’s design and

colour palette. The result is fun, modern, and

translucent jewelry that echoes the look and

energy of the 270's uniquely cushioned heel. 

 

Corey’s fabrication process uses hot and cold air

to create the flowing shapes seen in her 

accessories. They are surprisingly light in weight

and appearance and are a perfect pairing with

the 270's sleek and active qualities.

Corey Moranis is a Canadian artist specializing

in lucite jewelry. Her pieces are created by hand,

with individual care and attention. Corey loves

working with lucite because of its playful nature

and mesmerizing light effects.  

 

The inspiration behind her collaboration with

Nike came from the Air Max 270’s design and

colour palette. The result is fun, modern, and

translucent jewelry that echoes the look and

energy of the 270's uniquely cushioned heel. 

 

Corey’s fabrication process uses hot and cold air

to create the flowing shapes seen in her 

accessories. They are surprisingly light in weight

and appearance and are a perfect pairing with

the 270's sleek and active qualities.

HALLIE TUT

HALLIE TUT

PHOTOGRAPHER

PHOTOGRAPHER

18-year old Hallie Tut is a Toronto-based

multimedia artist who is inspired by

nostalgic vibrant neon and the meaning

of compassion in the 21st century.

 

She is at the forefront of the city’s artistic

youth movement and is incredibly passionate

about giving a voice to her generation. 

 

Inspired by 80s sci-fi graphics and the unique

shape and colours of the Air Max 270,

Hallie created a series of images that mesh

her signature style with Nike's vision of

moving the city forward.

18-year old Hallie Tut is a Toronto-based

multimedia artist who is inspired by

nostalgic vibrant neon and the meaning

of compassion in the 21st century.

 

She is at the forefront of the city’s artistic

youth movement and is incredibly passionate

about giving a voice to her generation. 

 

Inspired by 80s sci-fi graphics and the unique

shape and colours of the Air Max 270,

Hallie created a series of images that mesh

her signature style with Nike's vision of

moving the city forward.

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