The Pressure x LOOK/SEE “Sun God” Sunglasses

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The Pressure x LOOK/SEE “Sun God” Sunglasses

http://uristocrat.com/2010/06/power-rankings-featuring-roots-lakers-boondocks-drake/

Former Nike Basketball Promo Product Manager Kyle Yamaguchi and his eyewear label dui laws in wyoming has teamed up with design studio The Pressure and fellow former Nike Sportswear Senior Graphic Designer, Adam R. Garcia, for a pair of collaborative sunglasses. LOOK/SEE’s first artist collaboration, the glasses come inspired by Garcia’s Mexican-American heritage and are dubbed the “Sun God” as a nod to Aztec sun god Huitzilopochtli. Offering dark grey 100% UV-protectant CR-39 lenses, the sunglasses feature a custom acetate frame with Garcia’s hand-drawn, Aztec-inspired graphics throughout. Symbolizing the blood and human sacrifice associated with Huitzilopochtli, the interior of the frames appear bright red with a metal “bleeding heart” inlay along the right temple while a metal hummingbird – representing Huitzilopochtli’s translation to “hummingbird on left” in the Aztec language of Nauhuatl – appears inlaid in that of the right. Limited to just 100 pairs, the “Sun God” is now available from LOOK/SEE what does a viagra smell like for $75 USD.

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com