Paper Cutting in Anthropologie Store Windows - Holiday 2012

I always look forward to seeing creativity on display in the windows of my local Anthropologie store. Case in point, the Holiday 2012 windows featured lots and lots of gorgeous cut paper.

These first four images are from the Northlake Mall store in Charlotte, North Carolina. Forest scenes bustled with creatures amidst silent snow.

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The next two are from the Westside Urban Market in Atlanta, Georgia. No snow that far south!

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Each Anthro store calls on its own local artists who work in keeping with a pre-selected theme. I think this makes looking at photos from different Anthro stores even more interesting, as it's fun to see the ways the original vision has been interpreted.

The next images are from the windows of the Wayne, Pennsylvania store.

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There are more photos on the Anthropologie Facebook page or at InternationalVisual. And if you still haven't had enough, there's always Anthrowindows on Instagram.

You also might enjoy scrolling through pictures of the recent window displays of Dutch lingerie designer Marlies Dekkers. White paper cuttings in motion coordinated with the store's Icicle line of lacy lingerie.


Ann Martin
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Comments

  1. How lovely. I especially like the use of local artists.

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  2. Very very beautiful.I liked them all.

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  3. These are just stunning, absolutely beautiful.

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  4. Lovely to look at, a delight for the eyes!!! TFS
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  5. Oh! I la la love the swirls!!! Love ALL of them actually!! Wouldn't an entire street of Windows be something?!...hmmm...

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