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Artist Gary Baseman Designs Collectible Doc Martens

Gary Baseman Doc Marten Signage
All Photos By Gail

Dr. Martens has partnered with LA-based artist, Gary Baseman, to design collectible, limited editions of Doc Martens footwear, featuring Baseman’s popular characters, Toby and Hot Chachacha. Sweet.

Gary Baseman Doc Marten Side 1

Here you can see a bespoke, punk version of Toby frolicking on this yellow boot.

Gary Baseman Doc Marten Side 2

These boots kick so much ass.

Gary Baseman Loafer

Baseman has also designed a shoe featuring the Hieronymus Bosch-influenced devilish imp, Hot Chachacha.

There are also Baseman-designed T-Shirts to match the shoes.

Toby the Punk and Hot Chachacha Doc Martens were spotted at The Dr. Martens Store, Located at 193 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211.

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Yes, It Exists: Adventure Time Doc Martens

Adventure Time Doc Martins
All Photos By Gail

Do you like Adventure Time? I sure do. In fact, I fucking love it! If you feel similar love for Finn, Jake and all of their friends in the Land of Ooo, then you might also want to own these rad Doc Martens with likenesses of all of the Adventure Time characters you adore right on them! Holy shit!

Adventure Time Doc Martens

Look!

Adventure Time Doc Martens Detail

Look again! I see Gunter, Lumpy Space Princess, Marceline the Vampire Queen, Princess Bubblegum, BIMO, Ice King, Lady Rainicorn, Peppermint Butler and so many others!

Adventure Time Doc Martins

I must have these fucking shoes.

Adventure Time Doc Martens were spotted at The Dr. Martens Store, Located at 193 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211. They also had Ice King and Lumpy Space Princess styles!

Hieronymus Bosch Boots

Hieronymus Bosch Boots
Image Courtesy of Erin Benard

Holy Hieronymus Bosch, Batman! These insane ladies combat boots were photographed by my neighbor and used in a guide by ShoesFella! Erin and I just had to post them here, because they must be shared! The design on the boots is from the right panel of the Bosch triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, which dates from between 1490 and 1510. You can read more about that painting at This Link.