Top 6 Types of Window Display Setting
You might have seen different types of window display and even take photos of them but you have not tried classifying them according to their type. Now, you can identify each of them if which type of window display do they belong.
There many types of window display but we just talk about the most commonly used.
It is a type of window that shows things exactly as they appear in life. Dummies and mockups are being used instead of models. This is the most common type of window display and is often used in furniture and home furnishing shops.
|Window Display Image by Panoramas via Flickr|
Surrealists visual merchandisers generally based their window display on dreams and fantasy. Their material were filled with familiar objects which were decorated to look strange or mysterious. The oddity of this type of window display is being hoped to make people look at display in different way and stir feelings in the back of peoples minds.
|Window Display Image by Georgie_grrl via Flickr|
3. Abstract and Geometric
Abstract and geometric window display has geometrical and unrecognizable materials. In this type on window display, visual merchandiser did not try to show people, animals, or things exactly as they appeared in the real world. Geometrical and abstract mannequins are used in the type of window display.
|Window Display Image by Dajomel Photography via Flickr|
4. Pop Art and Retro
Pop Art and retro type of window display is inspired by comic strips, advertising, popular entertainment, and culturally outdated mode. The theme can be any every day life that is set up in a brash and colorful way or generally implies a vintage of at least 15 or 20 years or even more primitive.
|Window Display Image by Viridia via Flickr|
It its a type of window display that denotes or relates to the design, technology and situation that is likely to be seen at some future time. Metalic colors, object found in the outer space and interactive window are usually used here.
|Window Display Image by Luis Diego París via Flickr|
This type of window display uses indigenous materials and portrays the ethnic culture. More often, the material for this type of window display is cheaper. Aside from the purpose of capturing the attention of native people of in the community and those those who love indigenous products, this type of window display also aims to contribute on the revival or perpetuation of an indigenous culture.
|Window Display Image by FASH348 via Flickr|
Featured image (topmost): 2011.3698a Harvey Nichols Edinburgh, Christmas 2011 by jddorren08, on Flickr.