This week I wanted to start things off right with a new window display that I (with the help of some awesome interns!) recently completed. I have always loved how Anthro uses everyday items in mass quantities to make an incredible statement. Well, after this window and using about a billion post-it notes, I definitely feel like part of the Anthro team!
Here’s a close-up.
Now let’s see what that looks like from farther away!
I wanted this window to feel bold and organic. I also wanted their to be a feeling of movement throughout the window.
I wanted to make sure the window looked good from all angles. The next few photos show this front window from all sorts of angles (including inside the store).
The post-it’s touch every plane in the space (floor, ceiling, window, wall). I think this really helps to give the installation a 3-D sort of effect.
(in the dark)
(during the early morning)
At our Anthro here in Tulsa, we have lots of windows. The window below is on the side of our building. Doing the same sort of gesture here as in the windows above would have been a little overkill, so I came up with a different concept.
Different, but I like just as much I think. It is obviously much more graphic and you can instantly tell I used post-it notes. I like how the dye gives them a slightly dimensional look.
These windows have really gotten some attention from Anthro customers and passer -bys. One lady took the time to come in, find me, and tell me how much she loved them. That makes me so happy! Thank you random lady for your sweet compliments! They meant the world to me!
So which window do you like better? The graphic and orderly one or the bold and organic one?