Ceeze puts a new spin on the Yeezy Boost line and gives us the FrankenYeezy. Posted back in April the New York sneaker customizer has taken the average hypebeast’s favorite sneakers to another level. Adidas’ Yeezy Boost 350 has been the base for many a customs lately. Mostly these Yeezy customs have been a run of questionable paint job concepts, a few really good painted renditions and a slight amount of reconstructed works. A good portion have been Kanye West inspired but these are something Kanye probably didn’t even sketch up. Going in an alternate route than all we’ve seen Ceezemc splits the precious Yeezys in half.
Known for creating work in both genres of painted and reconstructed customs, Ceezemc put his recon skills to work in a way we don’t come across very often. Two pairs of the Yeezy Boost Sply 350 V2 were completely deconstructed as you can see in the photo below. Next, the pieces were all split into two groups. After grouped the process to reconstruct back into a wearable shoe began. The result of what was surely hours and hours of work is the two Yeezys in 1 with panels splitting the colorways so that looking at the pairs lateral side the panels match up.
Anyone looking to take on this look onto their own Yeezys can reach out to Ceezem Customs via Ceezemc.com and follow him on Instagram.com/ceezemc for his latest sneaker customizations.