RICHMOND, Va. — A Virginia high school student’s design has been chosen to appear on shoes.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/2rvUqcf ) reports the design was created by Jordan Keller, a senior at Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School in Richmond. Keller entered a design contest run by Vans, the skateboard-inspired shoe and clothing company. Vans holds an annual contest for high school students to design patterns for the company’s products. This year, the company added a subcontest with the theme technology and design.
Keller won with a design that features a pattern of hexagons along with tools including a 3-D printer, a drawing tablet and a robot arm. Shoes featuring her design became available online Thursday.
Keller won a free pair of the shoes and her school received $5,000 for its art program.
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