Design by Wacharapong Sisapon
aka Wacharapong Sisapon is a boy and has been a part of the Threadless community for 1 year, 10 months! He has scored 478 submissions, giving an average score of 2.71, helping 9 designs get printed.
I always wanted to learn the movement but the only thing I got was bruises, the thing is that there is an explication
Trying to lean beyond one’s center of gravity normally leads to a giant, awkward step forward to retain balance, so to achieve the 45-degree angle he wanted, Michael and his dancers used special shoes as well as a trick in the stage floor. When the time came for the move, a peg-like aperture would protrude from the dance floor. The heel of the dancers’ shoes featured a triangular cut out that could be hitched onto the peg, anchoring the dancers to lean much farther forward, and thus blowing the world’s collective mind.
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