MSCHF Releases Statement Following Nike BLOCKING “Satan Shoes”!
This has prompted MSCHF to release a statement that states that it’s “Better To Reign In Hell Than Serve In Heaven…”
DROP 43 – SATAN SHOEShttps://t.co/MNOFecjLBY
— MSCHF (@mschf) March 29, 2021
CelebnMusic247.com reports that MSCHF makes it clear that “we are not affiliated with Nike, as we have consistently iterated to the press.”
If that is the case then Why did MSCHF decide to use the Nike Air Max 97s? That is like stealing a track without consent.
If MSCHFis going to make Satanic art then do it on a shoe that they design, don’t use a brand name because it is popular without permission.
That is the fault of MSCHF, it also says that they obviously don’t know how to make their own sneakers.
Anyways, the statement reads:
MSCHF strongly believes in the freedom of expression, and nothing is more important than our ability, and the ability of other artists like us, to continue with our work over the coming years.
The in-your-face artist wanted to create a cultural movement with the art by using religion and capitalism to disrupt and cause consumerism.
MSCHF and Lil Nas X did exactly that, which many believe is partly to do with the ill naughty people behind the scenes to entice people to spend money and buy material things.
Who is MSCHF?
MSCHF is a conceptual art collective known for interventions that engage fashion, art, tech, and capitalism in various, often unexpected, mediums.
MSCHF makes artworks that live directly in the systems they critique, instead of hiding inside white-walled galleries. There is no better way to start a conversation about consumer culture than by participating in consumer culture.