Bizarre ‘computer Shoes’

A computer geek with an unusual shoe fetish has combined his two passions creating bizarre footwear from PC parts. These trendy trainers are the latest offering from shoe fanatic and junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw, who has more than 200 pairs of shoes in his packed wardrobe. The 31-year-old has spent the past three years raiding offices and skips in a bid to find computer parts for his creations.

A computer geek with an unusual shoe fetish has combined his two passions creating bizarre footwear from PC parts. These trendy trainers are the latest offering from shoe fanatic and junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw, who has more than 200 pairs of shoes in his packed wardrobe. The 31-year-old has spent the past three years raiding offices and skips in a bid to find computer parts for his creations.

A computer geek with an unusual shoe fetish has combined his two passions creating bizarre footwear from PC parts. These trendy trainers are the latest offering from shoe fanatic and junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw, who has more than 200 pairs of shoes in his packed wardrobe. The 31-year-old has spent the past three years raiding offices and skips in a bid to find computer parts for his creations.

A computer geek with an unusual shoe fetish has combined his two passions creating bizarre footwear from PC parts. These trendy trainers are the latest offering from shoe fanatic and junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw, who has more than 200 pairs of shoes in his packed wardrobe. The 31-year-old has spent the past three years raiding offices and skips in a bid to find computer parts for his creations.

A computer geek with an unusual shoe fetish has combined his two passions creating bizarre footwear from PC parts. These trendy trainers are the latest offering from shoe fanatic and junk artist, Gabriel Dishaw, who has more than 200 pairs of shoes in his packed wardrobe. The 31-year-old has spent the past three years raiding offices and skips in a bid to find computer parts for his creations.