Adam drew inspiration from an old Miller High Life pre-prohibition advertisement. He strived to incorporate similar colors due to their prominence in the ad. He utilized corduroy for the toe and back to represent the smooth, champagne-like taste of a Miller High Life beer. The cream tumbled leather on the toe box and middle represent the surface of the moon, seen on The Girl in the Moon branding, in addition to the aged yet timeless appeal. The red tumbled leather on the tongue represents the girl’s dress. He incorporated multiple logos prominently and randomly on the heel and middle to pay homage to Miller High Life’s history. Overall, Adam strived to create a colorful, timeless piece of memorabilia that should be used and worn. He envisions the sneakers pairing well with a cold 32 oz Champagne of Beers. He’s excited to bring his life to reality for Everybody Eats and contributing to the fight against hunger.
Adam is a graphic designer based in Los Angeles, California. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in graphic design from Woodbury University. In his spare time, Adam collects shoes, often searching for the latest collaborations. After quarantining during the pandemic, he and his girlfriend started a large plant collection along with their puppy. He enjoys entering design contests, hiking and watching movies. You can often catch him trying a new beer.