If you haven’t made it to the Puma Unity and Kehinde Wiley exhibition at Studio One (186 Bree Street, Cape Town) try to get there – tomorrow is the last day! And I feel soooo obliged to send you right over.

To celebrate PUMA’s long-standing partnership with African football (they sponsor 12 African teams), PUMA has partnered with Kehinde Wiley, one of the world’s most sought-after artists, who has created four original works of art inspired by three of football’s most decorated players viz. Samuel Eto’o of Cameroon, John Mensah of Ghana and Emmanuel Eboué of Ivory Coast.

Keep up to date at http://twitter.com/pumaunity and visit http://pumaunity.com/!

PUMA has incorporated some of Wiley’s unforgettable patterns into their PUMA Spring Summer 2010 Africa lifestyle collection of apparel, footwear and accessories. Many of these items are on display – some are for sale in the portable shop next to the entrance of Studio One. I want the shoes! And as if it could get any better; AndUnion has made an African style beer UNITY to compliment the exhibition. So all senses catered for.

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