To their own detriment, kids often doodle on their shoes when they should be learning about the evils of the Stamp Act, and the dangers of chewing tobacco. Putting that daydreaming to work, Coni Oppo shoes
Conis are customizable, one-of-a-kind sneakers from gallery painter M. Johnai iDaniel, who Sharpies up kicks with a style of tiny dots and meticulous repeating patterns, referred to by the artist as "direct, energetic, kinetic, and channelled" (clearly he was spacing during the discussion of "antonyms"). Request anything from a general color scheme, to names (yours, your girlfriend's, Chris Mihm's), to realistic portraits of photos you send in -- really, anyone you don't mind seeing eventually coated in gum and poop. Shoe options include Converse, Vans, or the eco-friendly All-Star knock-off Autonomie Projects, each in varieties including lo-top, hi-top, or slip on, and colored white, "raw canvas", or pink -- for when the doodles on your feet aren't quite making a manly enough statement
Beyond Sharpies, iDaniel'll add other flair, from acrylics to paint to glitter -- the dangers of which only a sexy teacher named "Miss Gemini" could teach you.