Spring 2011 Window Display
Inspired by the most commonplace household items, our visual teams nimbly stitched, draped, cut and dyed every inch of these abstract fashion panoramas.
Made of clothespins, cloth clips, and construction materials, each avant-garde silhouette and woody blossom explores the spaces between art, craft, design and fashion.
Earth Day 2011 Window Display
It's filled with corks. We threw a cork recycling act at our local stores, this green resource is 100% natural, renewable, recyclable and biodegradable. After the displays are broken down, the corks will go to Cork ReHarvest where they will go on to become fishing bobs, brand-new flooring, paper pulp and more.
Summer 2011 Window Display Part 1
Our new store windows remind us of the times we peer through a kaleidoscope and watch the colors meld and the prisms bend as you spun it. Crafted of college painted photo frames with watercolor layered, they’re a colorful twist on the bold patterns and childlike wonder that lie within the lens.
Summer 2011 Window Display Part 2
Thousands of spheres inside our newest windows. Rows upon rows of color-blocked dots are popping up and hanging down in each of our stores.
Spring 2012 Window Display
Welcome spring with a splash. This is our tribute to Abstract Expressionism—the post World War II movement made famous by artists like Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline, and Willem de Kooning. Utterly captivated by the carefree chaos, rich colors and refreshing spontaneity of their works, we decided to make some giant masterpieces of our own.