The second collection of footwear from London’s Garbstore takes it’s cues from early 1970’s TV test card transmission signals. Colour and Texture follow the period from 1973-1979, set at a time where Japanese audio-visual technology was first being introduced as a collaborative effort into the British market place via existing domestic manufacturers and new distribution. Closely linked with the designer’s history, the principles of colour overlay and shape definitions are applied to a series of Reebok’s silhouettes. Lines are removed and blocked in colour, both in quality and colour the fabrics evoke early Japanese 1970’s Judo cloth with cut out windows formed by the transposition of Reeboks historical lines. Pump units are transposed on top of each other to form new colour divisions on existing units.