Friday, April 19, 2013

Anthropologie's Window Displays - Spring 2013

With Earth Day coming up on Monday, here's a look at this season's windows at Anthropologie... they're loaded with handcrafted replicas of Mother Earth's finest produce.

tomatoes in Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver Anthropologie

eggplants at Oxmoor Center, Lousiville, Kentucky

These pics are just a sampling of paper maché fruits and vegetables as seen in store displays around the country, along with containers made from recycled cans, tires, and bottles.

MarketFair Anthropologie, Princeton, New Jersey

tomatoes at MarketFair
cucumber at MarketFair

Some store locations hosted crafting sessions in which the participants had a hand in helping to create the produce.

pears at The Village at Corte Madera, Corte Madera, California

flowering kale at La Encantada, Tucson, Arizona

paper cups with lettuce seedlings (fabric perhaps) at Rockefeller Center, New York City

All images are from the Anthropologie Facebook page with the exception of the paper cups, which were photographed by Allison Patrick of Zipper8Lighting.

One last thing for this week (and what a week it's been - sad for Boston, sad for West, Texas)... a video that features the recent exhibit opening of paper cutter Ruth Mergi, who you might remember from this post. It's truly the next best thing to being there.

"Cut" by Ruth Mergi from Miro Media on Vimeo.

Have a great weekend... I hope you can spend some time outside enjoying the earth-y goodness.


SUGANTHI said...

Such realistic paper mache vegetables!!Thanks for sharing this amazing video Ann. I am amazed at some of the huge paper cuts.

Anonymous said...

lovely to see the retail've got to love paper!!

Bronwyn said...

Delightful paper creations

Jan Castle said...

Just shows you can do almost anything with paper!!! Thanks for the video...marvelous creations!!!
Paper Hugs,

erin said...

Oh I adore the pears and the lettuce cups! So imaginative and beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Melissa Kojima said...

Oh yes! Love Anthropologie & LOVE papier mache! Together that equals AWESOMENESS!!!! Thanks for sharing, Ann.

Anonymous said...

I would love to know how she keeps her free form pieces standing on their own and what weight of paper she uses. Also, how many times does she create something, only to have it fall over, break, cut too deep etc. before she achieves the look she has in her mind?

Absolutely beautiful work. I wish I could see it in person!!!

SuZeQ said...

LOVE the flower!

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