Thursday, 26 February 2015

Canadian High Commission, London



It really is so refreshing to view Visual Merchandising techniques applied to non retail spaces.  VM of course can be seen everywhere we look (if we really look) and at the newly refurbished Canadian High Commission on Trafalgar square the team here have added a touch of fun and bags of personality.  Who knew such an institution would look so good?  Anyway, a great range of narratives based on some of the worlds best known inventions.  Who would have guest that the paint roller was invented by a Canadian?  Ever played Trivial Pursuit, then you guest it, invented by Canadians.  If you happen to be cabbing passed their building, do glance across and be amused and amazed.



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