Aug 14, 2013

Storefront Window Turns Office Workers Into Zoo Animals
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Fashion

Wieden + Kennedy helped establish Nike’s brand, reinvigorated Old Spice, and helps companies compete across the globe, but the latest campaign to come out of the famous idea factory is designed to bring attention to their next-door neighbors. The London branch of the international agency has created a program called Hello Neighbour that invites artists working within a one-mile radius of the firm’s Hanbury Street office to design an installation for their heavily trafficked storefront window. This August the window/gallery is home to REAL LIFE AT WORK , a monochrome cardboard office inspired by Roy Lichtenstein’s paintings, but designed to give W+K employees their Warholian 15 minutes of fame. REAL LIFE AT WORK is a collaboration between graphic artist Emily Forgot and sculptor Laurie D and their installation recreates an office tableau worthy of Madmen.  The setting is packed with mid-century modern furnishings delineated with Pop Art lines, […]

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