Levi’s Sit Puppy by Cram Jem Chest

February 5th, 2012 by retail design blog

The Japanese artists from the “Cram Jem Chest” group created a series of lovely puppies, made of vintage Levi’s 501XX jeans. The cute denim toy-pets, carrying the spirit and style of the iconic jeans brand, can be purchased Levi’s Store Shibuya, Japan.

The Levi’s brand is more than 150 years old. Even in the hard times of wars and recessions the company never failed to deliver the highest-quality jeans to the USA and the whole world. The brand managed to make its denim trousers a symbol of both a youthful revolt and long-standing traditions. Levi’s still remains on the top of the fashion wave and inspires young designers to create outstanding pieces of art.


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