Painted shoes seem to be a staple of the Radiohead Etsy marketplace -- here's some King Of Limbs shoes -- so this is probably a good place to start. I know it's arguable (like everything is when it comes to Radiohead) but Hail To The Thief appears to be the most adaptable cover with respect to the medium of shoe art.
When I was a teenager, I had a little bit of a “everything Radiohead” phase. I didn’t take it as far as my friend David — a dude who regularly eBay’d Japanese import singles and once made a computer program to ensure we got tickets to Radiohead’s pre-In Rainbows small theater tour — but I certainly tracked down as much domestic releases and merchandise as I could. Luckily for me, Etsy wasn’t around back then to offer me well-crafted, unofficial alternatives. I’m a pretty big fan of the Etsy community — Meaghan Garvey’s store is definitely one of my favorites — and part of that certainly has to do with the prevalence of weird, disjointed arts-and-craftery that nobody could have possibly asked for. So today, we present the 10 weirdest Radiohead-related items I could find on the site.