Anthropologie Summer Windows 2012

Blueberries, blackberries, beets and turmeric—these delicious edibles (and many others) played a big role in Anthropologies newest windows, featuring flower gardens colored with natural dyes. What did their store teams love most about working with plants? Says window guru Erika S., “The beauty of natural dyeing is in the unknown. A color result could be completely different from one day to the next. To enjoy the process, you need to let go of all you know about dyeing and the idea that you can control the colors.” How did their perfectly imperfect creations turn out? Dig into their photos to see.

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About Phill

Creative Director at International Visual

Posted on July 20, 2012, in Store Windows and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Wow! They are lovely. The flowers and the backgrounds looks like being applied with water colors. If I am not wrong, the pollen are made from cotton buds.

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