Nike has commissioned a series of 25 football-inspired artworks, which will be showcased in an interactive exhibition in Singapore this month.
The work, which was created by 25 different artists chosen from around the world by Kult, is set to be displayed at the 10 day 'Hypersense: The Art & Science of Modern Football' exhibition at Singapore's ArtScience Museum from 10 May.
The designers, illustrators and typographers that took part in the project were each given a different brief relating to the history of Nike Football and National Team Kits, and the results are magnificent.
Use the slideshow controls above and right to see a selection of the artwork starring in the Nike Football series.
Right: Brazillian illustrator Olivier Lutaud's National Team Kits-inspired piece for the Nike Football exhibition.
Right: French illustrator YoAz was inspired by the cockerel design on the French National Team Kit shirt for his design, which incorporates the facial expressions of the fans as well as symbols of the French Revolution.
Right: The Holland Team Kit inspired Rik Oostenbroek's piece.
Right: Quiccs, an illustrator from the Philippines, created his design based on the Portugal Team Kit.
Right: UK-based design studio, Studio Blup, used the UK's Team Kit as inspiration for this gorgeous piece.
Right: Genesis by illustrator Kerby Rosanes from the Phillippines.
Right: Reformation by Malaysian illustrator Kazu Livingstone.
Right: Golden Years by Hong Kong-based illustrator Ronan Leung.
Right: Enlightenment Singaporean illustrator Mojoko.
Right: Renaissance by Eric Foenander, an illustrator from Singapore.
Right: Revolution by Myanmar-based designer The Beast.