Category Archives: paint
We thought this was a great window from the Hudson Bay Company and Converse at Selfridges London. The wooden waves and colorful paddles play well with the merchandise. See the original post at Retail Design Blog.
We have noticed a trend recently with the juxtaposition of nature and paint. Ironically, this is seen at shoe stores. Above, is a picture of a Crocs store with birch stumps dipped in paint colors. The paint has then run … Continue reading
The Hoxton Window Project: Hattie Stewart @ unit9 from unit9 on Vimeo. For more on Hattie Stewart visit: http://hattiestewart.blogspot.com/ A new trend to watch for in the packaging industry is doodles and monsters. UK artist Hattie Stewart, from the above video … Continue reading
J.Crew is great at turning simple objects into exciting and visually interesting displays. This is a perfect example of that creativity put into practice. These dipped paintbrushes color coordinate with their new spring clothing lines, thereby bringing your attention to … Continue reading
We like Converse’s a new urban take on the holiday. The paint splattered “Santa chair”, shoe wreath, and foot print wrapped packages make for an interesting holiday setting.
We spotted all kinds of fun risers at the UGG store here in NYC. Painted in bright colors for kids, concrete blocks, metal and suitcases-they utilized a variety of substrates to add interest. Great presentation!
Color blocking is a simple easy way to create an window with impact and we see it used all the time. Seen here we have Kenneth Cole using paint. J.Crew separated each window by warms and cools and used hanging … Continue reading
This is a simple, fun, and eye catching window at Saks. This bright yellow painted wheel barrel doubles as a fixture to display bags and shoes and the track marks from the wet paint lead your eye to dance across … Continue reading