Another one of the sneakers wheat-paste posters. This street art work series uses bright DayGlo-type colors over a black-and-white image of a high-top shoe. Usually the kicks are shown in profile or 3/4-angle view. In this piece, the shoe image is full-frontal.
You could find this poster next to the vacant lot at the corner of Prince and Mulberry streets in Nolita, near SoHo, in downtown New York City. But the very next day after this photo was taken, fresh work by A.S.V.P. was wheat pasted over the sneaker. (See the next post.) And even that has since been covered, ripped, and covered again several times over.