Levi’s have always supported some good projects, a lot of the time they are housed out of their Photo Workshop based in New York City. This film below presents a new collaboration with photo journal magazine Hamburger Eyes.
Hamburger Eyes is a publication that shares the makers travel and experiences, also acting as a pictorial history book that can be referenced in the future. They use only black and white photography, with contributions from photographers of all levels. From amateur to professional.
Below they guide us through this new project that is based on the idea of a yearbook. It consists of countless days and nights of flashbulbs, shutters, and photo booth mugging at the Levi’s Workshop. If you are wondering what the individual photography actually looks like you should click the workshop link below where you can see more.