Just a few years ago two guys named Aaron and Raaja wanted to find a way to incorporate their passion for art into an apparel line while also doing their part to make a positive impact on the world; and from there Bucketfeet was born.
Bucketfeet is a super fresh company that views a blank pair of shoes as a canvas rather than just a pair of things to cover your feet with. They have a killer artist network built up and whenever someone buys a pair of shoes from the Bucketfeet website, the buyer has the option of choosing an artist to transform the blank pair into a unique one-of-a-kind wearable art piece.
In addition to designing and selling rad shoes the guys at Bucketfeet also operate on a “buy one give some” business model. They have an awesome goal which is best said in their own words, “BucketFeet is wearable art that aims to mesh awesome shoes and up-and-coming global artists to bring attention to the arts and help kids worldwide. We want to inspire people to broaden their horizons and see the world as we have seen it. Each consumer can buy one, give some and “get involved” with change, one step at a time.”
It just so happens that Ark Crew member Mike spent some time with one of the founders while traveling through South America a couple years back, and right after our 1st annual Get to Give Art Benefit. Mike got an email from his buddy letting us know Bucketfeet digs what we do and for us to check their website because they had a little surprise on there for us. We were stoked to discover this!
Make sure to check out the Bucketfeet website www.bucketfeet.com to find out more about them or if you’re in the market for a sick pair of one-of-a-kind kicks.
Thanks again guys & Cheers,