Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Anthropologie Art

Inside Anthropologie, Regent Street. Above: Bird picture and simple linen cushions.
A painted chair.
Lamps made with flattened fingers of clay.
Interesting bolster cushion against roughly (oil) painted backdrops.

This is what I like best about Anthropologie. You come upon pieces of art unexpectedly. Amidst the rails of clothes or towers of cups and plates there might be a couple of really unusual lamps. The shop occupies a big space on three floors which is why these screen dividers (pictured above) work well to compartmentalise the space.
I also like the thin masking tape they use to secure the tissue when they wrap things up. The tape is white with the word 'Anthropolgie' repeated on it. I wonder who manufactures it?

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