That tenuous space between modern art and visual merchandising

That tenuous space between modern art and visual merchandising

Haim Steinbach has crafted a visual language that places everyday goods in arrangements that use repetition and formal contrast to push even further the idea that artist’s role is to select items and serve them up in unexpected or meaningful juxtapositions.

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Where i see Art & where i see visual merchandising

where i see art & where i see visual merchandisingEfi Fouriki «Memoire fraiche» (Traditional Apparel of Mykonos exhibition – Katakouzenos Museum) 

Calzedonia, Athens window display

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Still life styling for spring inspiration

still-life styling and visual merchandising for spring inspiration

Could still life be the starting point of visual merchandising historically?

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A surrealistic concept – Cadenzza, Frankfurt

a surrealistic concept-cadenzza frankfurt

Seeing Kenzo window display, it was surrealism who immediately came into my mind, especially Dali’s paintings  more & more

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Cuban Shop Windows (Set Design – Anna Lomax/ Retouching – The Forge)

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«When visiting Cuba last year, I became a bit obsessed with the shop windows. Being a communist country with almost world wide trade embargoes and next to no internet, Cuba is cut off from capitalism, consumerism and everything else that goes with it. The Cuban take on visual merchandising was nothing like I’ve ever seen before. I loved it. more & more

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