Fashion & Beauty

The Art of Anthropologie

Creative minds and makers will embrace this detailed journey into the renowned brand’s extraordinary creations for store displays, windows  and interiors.

Ever since its bold beginning over thirty years ago, Anthropologie and its creative teams have been creating handcrafted displays, from grand seasonal decorations to small notes hidden in drawers.The Art of Anthropologie showcases how the artists in the stores transform everyday materials, taking craft techniques to new heights.
 
This is a celebration of time-honored crafts and traditional handiwork reinvented splendidly with a modern twist, creating imaginative outcomes such as flower gardens made from office supplies, sculpted waves of wood scraps, wine corks mosaics, seascapes made of upcycled packaging material, animal sculptures of every shape and size, gingerbread villages and more. Anthropologie at its core strives to be a celebration of artistry, creativity, and curiosity, and this book will inspire the reader to get creative and explore their own adventures.

About The Author

Anthropologie is a lifestyle brand founded in 1992 that currently operates more than 200 stores around the world. Anthropologie has been a creative collective from the beginning and continues to celebrate and embrace ideas and inspiration from their home office to their store teams. Anthropologie is in constant conversation with its thoughtful, creative-minded community and takes pride in its connection with individuals who prioritize self-expression and pursue inspiration, knowledge, and experience in the spirit of boundless curiosity.
 

  • Publish Date: November 01, 2022
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Design - Fashion & Accessories
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 11-2/3 x 11-2/3
  • Pages: 288
  • US Price: $65.00
  • CDN Price: $85.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-7277-0

Reviews

"The book gives readers a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the eye-catching and intricate window and shop displays (often made with everyday objects like clothespins, cardboard, tea bags, and paintbrushes) that have graced the windows and stores for years. (Holiday Book Pick)" —ELLE DECOR