Display art: Visual Merchandising and Window Display
Display Art features examples of ground-breaking visual merchandising and window displays in some of the world's most glamorous shops of brands like Cartier, Clarks, Dior, Hermès, Karl Lagerfield, Lacoste, Mulberry, Nike, Sotherby's and UNIQLO, straight from the creative minds of art directors, graphic designers and window display designers.
Visual merchandising can inspire consumers to interact with products, set a brand apart from its competitors, foster brand preference, and encourage purchases. This book highlights the relationship between brands, consumers, products and the display environment, by way of examples of story-telling visual displays from some of the world's most glamorous fashion emporia, such as Hermès, Karl Lagerfeld, Cartier and Fendi, but also small outlets, department stores, museums and bookshops. The projects included in this volume showcase a wide array of ideas by renowned graphic design agencies and boutique designers that have been successfully put into practice, focusing on aspects such as structure, texture, lighting design, custom lettering, amusing illustrations, delicate paper crafting, and installations made of multiple materials such as wood, steel, fabric or rubber. All these displays are characterized by alluring artwork that appeals to the senses and instincts of consumers and passers-by. An impressive selection that showcases extremely sophisticated projects but also simple, minimal and highly creative window displays, this book is the perfect inspirational guide for art directors, visual merchandisers and fashion professionals.
Brands included: Adidas, Aïshti, Alko, Booma Group, Cartier, Chloé, Coach, COS, Debenhams, Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Fortnum & Mason, Hackett, Harmay, Hermès, UNIQLO, Issey Miyake, John Lewis, Joseph Fashion, Karen Miller, Karl Lagerfeld, Kiko Milano, Lacoste, LaGalleria, Le Bon Marché, Liberty, Mulberry, Nordiska, Oasis, Printemps, Q25, RIBA, Seibu Shibuya, Selfridges, Tate Modern, Topshop.