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Hood Runners Zero Cover

34 individual covers, designed specifically for Istanbul’s hottest spots. Folded within the cover is a brochure that depicts the Hood Runners project, combining all that a neighborhood offers: locals, happening spots and running.

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Istanbul Hood Runners

3 teams were formed to create Nişantaşı, Galata and Moda Hood Runners; consisting of creative heads that had a passion to run.

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Hood Runners Kick Off Party

Each team members and local guests were picked up by boat to enjoy a couple hours of a unique provincial experience: a tour on the Bosphorus

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Men’s Training Photo Shoot

A workout studio was constructed at Beykoz Kundura Fabrikası to create a training atmosphere for Kerem Bürsin’s Men’s Sporstwear shoot

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Hood Runners Photo Shoot

3 teams were formed to create Nişantaşı, Galata and Moda Hood Runners; consisting of creative heads that had a passion to run. Each team was shot in their own neighbourhood using the local texture as the background.

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Vapor Max Zero Cover

Zero Istanbul’s April Issue cover was designed using photographs from the KISS MY AIRS photoshoot. Bubble wrap was then applied on top of the photograph to create the airy feel of the soles of Vapor Max

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Air Max Day

To create a full-day experience celebrating Nike’s Air Max model through the campaign Kiss My Airs and reveal the Vapor Max model in collaboration with the creator of Les Benjamins, Bünyamin Aydın.

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KISS MY AIRS Photo Shoot

A collaboration was made with actor Dilan Deniz and basketball player Sinan Güler to be the face of Air Max’s new campaign, Kiss My Airs as well as the launch of Vapor Max.

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Istanbul Running Guide

Istanbul Running Guide is a collaborative project between Zero and Nike acts as a guide for discovering and getting to know the city while running.

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Air Reinvented Studio

Two containers were transformed into a sticker factory for people to draw, produce, process and collect their stickers at the same time.