ANTA Shoe Box Installations by Shoptopop

Shotopop for  ANTA 1

Shotopop and JWT Shanghai put their heads together to create these in-store displays out of shoe boxes for sports-brand ANTA. 3 individual pieces were develop and built, made up from the cardboard of ANTA shoe-boxes, to represent 3 prominent Chinese Basketball players, sponsored by ANTA. Multiple blunt blades and an eye infection later, the project ended up winning an Outdoor, as well as a Design Lion at the International Cannes Lions Awards 2011.

Congratulations Shotopop and JWT Shanghai. Amazing work!

Shotopop for ANTA 2

“The “Chinese Beast”, Li Xiaoxu’s playing style is fast, fearless and powerful. His sculpture, made up predominantly from elements of wings, feathers and lightning, shows exactly that.”

Shotopop for ANTA 3

“With exceptional low post skills, Tang Zhengdong is an “Irremovable pillar in the sea”, which indicates an ancient Chinese proverb for hero. The spiral staircase of courts represents his rise in the CBA, from the young age of 16.”

Shotopop for ANTA 4

“Zhou Peng has already won 6 CBA Championships, represented by the golden stars on his sculpture. His relentless defences and explosive ferocity makes him a force to be reckoned with.”

Shotopop for ANTA 5

Images and text via Shotopop

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