In the winter of 2013, Leaves of Trees (an artisanal skin care line), was in the process of opening their first brick and mortar shop in Toronto's Queen East.
I created this window display to keep things interesting from the outside while construction went on inside.
Elena Viltovskaia and I created this tropical-themed window display for Leaves of Trees to help launch their new Headache Balm. We hoped the green leaves would create a soothing feel to go along with the product.
Elena Viltovskaia and I created and installed 45 large paper poppies to fill the walls at a Cover Girl event.
In addition, 40 miniature poppies were made to go along with the gift bags.
Jet Setter themed window display for launch of Leaves of Trees' travel kits.
A window full of lime slices to celebrate the launch of Leaves of Trees's new Persian Lime natural deodorant.
Arwen Geil and I collaborated on this holiday-themed window for Brika's Yorkdale Mall location.
Keeping with Brika's handmade aesthetic, we layered our pinecones in brown corrugated cardboard for it's simple, crafty feel. The pine needles were pieced together using slotted wooden dowels. Little doses of glitter and gold made it all the more magical.
Concept: Roosters are often associated with the sun and dawning of a new day. They can also symbolize confidence, boldness, ingenuity, and resurrection. This rooster serves as a wake up call for our inner creative creature to bravely come out and show the world it's feathers.
Materials: paper, acrylic and foam core
To see more process shots, here's a link to Labour of Love's lovely Blogpost.