Jean Music

The first time I came across Jean Music, I thought it was about a person named Jean who, naturally, makes music. I was wrong. It’s about that article of clothing more popular than music itself.

Photo via Pimtim

Yes. Jeans and music-making. They compute! That is, with the help of a very talented artist named Andrew Huang. Here he is performing a musical ouvre with discarded pairs of pants. It doesn’t get more analogue than this!

If you’re curious, no, Andrew does not own that many pants. The pairs used in the video were solicited from the customers of clothing company M Jeans.

written by sleepswimming on 2011-05-30 in #news #music #lomography #analogue #andrew-huang #m-jeans #news #jeans #jean-music

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