For those of you in the sticky city that is New York, this is the last weekend to catch Nike’s “Re-Run,” celebrating the birth of jogging–or “yogging,” we think the “j” might be silent.
The warehouse-y space inside powerHouse Books in DUMBO has been taken back, way back to 1977, with stacks of 70′s-inspired panels holding running shoes, old Nike ads, women’s lib buttons, the actual waffle iron used to press the soles, and art by Scott Campbell, Tracy Nakayama and Andrew Jeffrey Wright. Our pal Aaron Rose curated the whole thing, with Keith Scharwath on the totally trippy graphics.
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