Graffiti is to the art world what custom shoes are to the footwear industry, wouldn’t you agree? The history of graffiti is rooted in the art of conveying everyday life in an artists’ community, pulling inspiration from everything around them. Sneaker artists do just the same, only with unconventional canvases. Even Nike dropped a released a pair of graffiti-inspired Lebron XI (11), early this year. These next pair of customs don a graffiti theme that incorporates a lot of throwback influences for Ruovo Co. The Air Jordan IV (4) “NS Graffiti” customs by Ruovo Co. have an all over, collage mural with a wide range of bright colors and tones throughout the shoes. From a quick glance, you can see the graffiti artwork done by Ruovo features a small Kermit The Frog portrait, sci-fi aliens, and vivid zig-zag striping that covers the panels, in addition to more swirls of color. Providing a nice frame-like quality are the white soles that take their place on the bottom of the shoes. The white outsole grounds the entire pair of shoes nicely, while pops of red, yellow, and purple compete for attention on the busy uppers. Super sick idea, the artwork is mad nuts! Check out some extra shots of these kicks below, and be sure to check out Ruovo Co.!