Wednesday, November 4, 2009

parisian windows :: by burobeluga

One of the things I miss most about living in a pedestrian-friendly city are the amazing window displays that tend pop up like happy surprises around every other corner. They become especially grand as the Holiday seasons approach each trying to out do the next.  Some of the coolest I have seen have been in the shop windows of London, New York and last but certainly not least, in Paris. 

Which brings me to the Parisian design team at Burobeluga. They do incredible (and I mean incredible) window displays that remind me a little of the photos of Tim Walker, the styling of Leith Clark and the whimsical storylines of Lewis Carrol or CS Lewis...
and now, some ... :)
Song of Winter: Francoise Hardy
A song in English, from 1970

4 comments:

elena-lu said...

wow you're right! those are so fantastic and creative! makes me want to make my windows at home a little brighter (give the neighbors something to talk about!)

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

Those window displays are magical!

Barbro Andersen said...

I need a display of my own, I see! Inspirational!

Tuesdai said...

Beautiful. And I'm in total agreement with you about "keepin classics just as IS!" I too did a write-up on that "subject," my comparsion was between: The Wizard of Oz VS The Wiz.

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