The artist Ian Berry is known for his work around jeans and their texture. In the midst of the pandemic, he has therefore put his talent at the service of an original work, a projection destined to be broadcast around the world, whose significance is very telling: it is a pair of hands clapping to pay tribute to the health workers who have been on the front line during the health crisis. Berry decided to create a powerful demonstration of solidarity in the form of hands, using the medium of his choice. This piece was especially special because he collaborated with his six-year-old son, Elliott. The boy took pictures of his father’s hands, which were then translated into denim. A project initially intended for the artist’s simple family, it later evolved into a project that spread to several cities.



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