Anna Weber Releases New Denim Work

Designer and artist Anna Weber from Germany released new denim works. The three new pieces of denim art are made in a series titled ‘Art History of the Denim Century‘. Within this new collection, works are made called: ‘Denimona Lisa,’ ‘The Denim Scream,’ and ‘Denim Girl with a Pearl Earring.’ All these creations are made entirely in denim, inspired by the world-renowned paintings of artists Leonardo da Vinci, Edvard Munch, and Jan Vermeer.

The ‘Art History of the Denim Century‘ series is made from left-over denim fabric and jeans from the German fashion brand Goldgarn Denim.

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About Designer And Artist Anna Weber

Anna Weber was born in 1989 in Pforzheim, Germany. She currently resides in the picturesque town of Tübingen, Germany. Her artistic journey began after completing her studies in fashion design and during her 8 years of professional experience as a designer in the denim industry.

Through her daily engagement with denim and an awareness of the immense amount discarded each day, the idea gradually took root to craft art from this material. Since 2017, she’s been giving space to her creative impulses and working as a freelance artist on the side. For her creations, she’s mainly using leftover fabrics that would typically end up in the trash. From these apparent remnants, she crafts works that redefine the value of these materials.

Through her artworks, she aims to sensitize people to the potential held within old clothing. It serves as a reminder of how precious our resources are and how often we treat them thoughtlessly. She invites observers to contemplate their relationship with clothing and consumption, urging them to question the notion of disposability. Ultimately, her art is a subtle call to action: Let us shape our world more consciously and recognize the richness within seemingly used things.

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The Details Of The Art Works

The new ‘Art History of the Denim Century‘ series by Anna Weber was arranged as an image, then photographed, and finally digitally edited. The artworks now exists solely in digital form as a photo collage.

The three new artworks are now available as posters in two different formats A3 and A2 sizes. They’re printed on 250 high-quality gram matt printed paper. The measurements of each are 29,7 x 42 cm. Each will come unframed as a limited edition as only 50 pieces of each design are made. When ordering, each will be delivered with a certificate of authenticity and will be personally signed by the artist.

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Available At Upcoming Denim Days Event In Amsterdam

Next to purchasing one of the artworks on Anna Weber’s website here, they will also be available next month during the upcoming Denim Days event in Amsterdam. More about this denim event here. In the meantime you can also follow Anna’s journey through her Instagram feed: @artworksxdenim.

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All images by Anna Weber.

Written by Wouter Munnichs
I'm the founder of Long John. Next to running this daily magazine, I'm working as a freelance denim specialist for the industry. Titled as 'Denim Influencer 2020' by Rivet 50. Celebrated my 10th anniversary with Long John in 2021.