Autumn window dressing
Bean, whose installation work for Selfridges was featured on CR blog here, constructed a dress from real leaves for the jewellery shop's window. Painting the swirling leaves with neon colours made the piece even more eye-catching, in keeping with the studio's original brief of capturing the spirit of the "party season".
You can find out more about the project in the making-of film, here:
The set was built in the Red studio before being placed in the Union window. Photography by Ivan Jones. Art Direction by Red Design & Kyle Bean. Video: MadeByStupid.
Union Jewellery is at 2 Union Street, Brighton BN1 1HA. See unionjewellery.com.
excellent, but how is it all suspended?
Good old fashioned fishing wire...;-)
I love your Work, congrats!
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