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Shoes shaped like women's legs, fruit and animals!

Last updated on: September 29, 2010 18:07 IST

Shoes shaped like women's legs, fruit and animals!

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Footwear doesn't come any more creative than this!

An Israeli shoe designer has created a range of heels -- with one pair shaped like a woman's legs.

Others are based on banana skins and catapults.

Kobi Levi, who crafts the shoes from leather, wood and metal, and exhibits them around the world, makes them according to his own shoe size.

"I work on my own shoe size because I'm curious how it feels to try them on, and I won't be blamed for torturing models!" the Sun quoted him as saying.

"I often use high heels because they just look great and work well with the images and themes I create," he stated.

Prices for the shoes start at around 500 pounds.

Move to the following pages for other imaginative pairs!

Visit Kobi Levi's footwear blog at kobilevidesign.blogspot.com


Image: Kobi Levi's 'Blow' design, in leather
Photographs: Courtesy Kobi Levi
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Sling-Shot

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These innovative heels have been crafted using leather and wood.


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Dog

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This hound-dog pair, complete with a little pink tongue peeking out at the toes were created in leather.


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Banana Slip-on

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Levi also created these lovely fruity shoes using leather and we like that they're 'slip ons'!


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Miao

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Fond of cats? This soft leather pair should be right up your alley.


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Chewing gum

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This innovative shoe dates back to the designer's collection from last year -- certainly looks like someone's stepped in it!


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Market

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And finally, we have this pretty red mesh pair, which look like they could hold all your groceries at the market!


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Source: ANI