lamborghini stilettos and other car shoes lamborghini stilettos and other car shoes
oct 15, 2009

lamborghini stilettos and other car shoes

british designer tim cooper created this sample advertisement for ‘superleggera carbon fiber high heels’ by combining renderings of stilettos and images of the lamborghini gallardo. the image reminded us of some other ‘car shoes’…

designer luca stappers came up with these ‘agila heels‘ for opel. the shoes were made to promote the car in the netherlands.

other designs that have been produced include:

racing car shoe‘ designed by katharina denzinger for herbert levine, inc. (1965)

car shoes‘ designed by ronaldo fraga (2007)

  • wow, the guy seems to have some great concepting and photoshop skills and little to no production ability. The original designs seem to be really good but the final prototypes seem to be unpolished.

    Andrew says:
  • This is really awesome thanks for sharing

    Bosta says:
  • so ugly

    Ahmed Foula says:
  • really ugly… kind of sad even

    sue says:
  • this is the worst thing ever made… no wait that honour goes to Fabio Novembre’s chair’s made of asses, but this can be second worst

    biteme says:
  • The lambos look decent, but the rest looks like cheap crap not even the chinese would mass produce.

    Tater-tot says:
  • to wear or not to wear…. NOT TO WEAR!!!!

    tacky funny

    RQ says:
  • I agree whit BITEME ….this designer can race whit Novembre to be the worst designer ever lived…

    maciste says:
  • makes no sense..

    am says:
  • argg this is really frightful

    carles says:
  • Lambos looks gud rest ugly and can be used in circus

    avaon says:
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    COCO says:
  • so lame.

    Alty says:
  • Amazing post…!!! really I appreciate it.

    About Lamborghini Cars says:
  • very beautiful shoe
    when i get married i will buy this for her

    saleh derakhti says:
  • i want to know how much does it cost?

    randy barret says:
  • its soooooooooooooo beautiful

    betty bilson says:

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