New York Times

Shoe Toss was mentioned in the New York Times last week!
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Their next stop was Made, a store specializing in work by emerging Canadian designers, where they were smitten with an unconventional light fixture called Shoe Toss. Designed by Jeremy Hatch, it had lifelike porcelain running shoes with lights inside and wires for laces, slung over wall-mounted electrical cables that resembled outdoor power lines.
“It’s beautifully crafted and very witty,” Ms. Moss said. “It’s like an urban joke: when you live in a city, you always see running shoes up on the wires.”

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