Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Harrods, London


Reminiscent of the Musee Grevin in Paris, the Harrods creative team have created this stunning installation at their Knightsbridge store.  Following on from my previous entry a few hours ago, this scheme is quite superb.  OK, I'm not a fan of the Disney-esque element of this scheme and Peter Pan wouldn't have been my first choice personally, although these tableaux / narratives are so superbly produced it is almost entirely forgivable (however not completely).  The level of detail that has gone into this scheme is mind blowing as every tiny piece of it has clearly been thought through and delivered with military precision.  This is the kind of scheme people (whoever people are) would travel across the country or from around the world to come and view and then be mesmerised by the work these guys produce.  If you haven't seen this scheme get yourself over to Knightsbridge and have a look.  This is the visual aspect of what we do at its very best.


Harrods, London


If you haven't had the opportunity to view the Christmas scheme at Harrods, then here's a little snapshot for you.  I must say that I am rather wowed by the scheme that the creative team  have produced here.  The amount of detail is quite superb and on such a large scale, quite amazing.  These guys have clearly been worked hard to achieve what they have and the outcome is quite delicious and Uber glamorous.  These are examples of images of the side windows that the team have installed but I will publish the main scheme later on at midday, so, just watch this space.


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