nothing,nowhere. have paired up with Vans in an effort to support art education. The artist announced on Instagram that the collaboration will bring awareness to Vans’ art program contest, Vans Custom Culture.

In the post, the emo rapper shows off the specially designed kicks.

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“i’ve teamed up with @vans to support art education, nothing,nowhere. says in the post. “i designed these shoes to let everyone know about their high school art program #vanscustomculture. one US high school will take home $75k for their art program.”

If you want to register your own school into the contest, the process is pretty simple:

First, you will want to fill out the application by Jan. 31. After the application process is complete, 500 schools will be selected to compete in the customization competition. The top 50 themes will then go online for a public vote. Check out a video that explains all of the details below.

You can register your own school to be a part of the contest here.

According to their website, Vans Custom Culture “was created to inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets.”

Recently, nothing,nowhere. officially dropped “Ornament.” The track was actually released in 2017. However, it was just a free download.

Additionally, the emo rapper unleashed a music video for “Dread” in November. You can watch the powerful video for the song below.

If you could paint anything onto a pair of Vans, what would it be? Let us know in the comments below.

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