Kanye West Designing Star Wars-inspired Homes For The Poor

Kanye West Designing Star Wars-inspired Homes For The Poor

Well, during Kanye West's recent interview with Forbes, he unveiled hundreds of never-before-seen Yeezy samples and prototypes, and for a split second only, eagle eyed viewers spotted a pair of Yeezy 700s decked out with 4D technology!

Since then, he has teamed with Vervoordt to design the strikingly minimalist house he shares with Kim Kardashian and announced the creation of Yeezy Home-an architecture firm that would serve high-concept housing to low-income families-was teased in May of previous year.

Now, the rapper shares that he's only getting started with regards to his creative ventures.

"People wondered, 'Why did you tweet at Mark Zuckerberg?' And I was like, 'Hey, I heard he was looking for aliens, '" West said.

The music producer who owns a matte-black Lamborghini SUV, describes his foot line as "the Lamborghini of shoes".

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She explained that Kanye and his collaborators created eight prototypes before settling on this one, and demonstrated how it works.

According to Forbes' latest cover story, which was published yesterday (July 9), the Chicago rapper has begun building low-income homes. He says that the algae would eventually biodegrade in landfills or it could be put in contact with a certain bacteria for immediate biodegradation.

While word that Jalil Peraza, Petra Kustrin, Nejc Škufca, and Vadik Marmeladov had joined the team and renderings of at least one potential project leaked to the public soon after, there's been little additional word on Yeezy Home or any of West's other architectural plans until now.

Now, it looks like Kanye is giving to the homeless, in a grand, Star Wars fashion.

While his ideas seem far-fetched and even insane to some, it seems that Kanye's creative process has brought him success. "The Jordan line does approximately $3 billion in annual sales; West's upstart is expected to top $1.5 billion in 2019 and growing." reports Zack O'Malley Greenburg of Forbes. And there's a lot of people that have been called that "C' word that have ended up on this cover".

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