The idea came from shoe-tossing, also known as Shoefiti. This is the act of using footwear as a projectile in a number of folk sports and cultural practices. Shoe-tossing entails throwing a pair of laced shoes onto raised wires, such as telephone wires and power lines, or tree branches, creating “shoe trees”. I have seen this act in the past.
|Dimensions||40 × 30 cm|
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