Duck Tape pop-up retail store in Manhattan is turning heads with custom patterns and all sorts of creations made from the product itself.
Simulating walls of rain, in chains, Rain in Interiors Installation by Burkard Meyer partitions a showroom with subtly sparkling virtual sheets of suspended silver-colored chain.
Interaction designer Jinha Lee’s “What You Click is What You Wear” augmented reality interface would allow users to virtually try on wristwatches and jewelry.
Experiential marketing knows no bounds. And as retail continues to evolve, it is fast becoming the secret weapon of brands and retailers alike, says Michael Wyrley-Birch of TRO Group.
Check out this cool reactive window display that ,staat creative agency designed for Nike in London!
The new Burberry Runway Made to Order service offers custom-made outerwear and bags, with personalized engraved nameplates. On contact with a touch screen device each piece unlocks a unique video experience, charting its artisan production — including original sketches, runway edits, craftsmanship and personalization. In addition, customers can have their items enabled to trigger their content on large-scale mirrors that will turn instantly to screens at 121 Regent Street, the London flagship.