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Harvey Nichols Window Displays Made Entirely From Found Objects [Pics]

Harvey Nichols Window Displays Made Entirely From Found Objects [Pics]
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Artist Zoe Bradley has created some unique headpieces using items like straws, rubik's cubes, and even toilet brushes.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 november 2012

Sculptural artist Zoe Bradley has created highly-crafted and unique headpieces for the window installations of department store Harvey Nichols. If It’s Hip, It’s Here reports that the displays for the mannequins are composed of found objects and multicolored items including drinking straws, cocktail umbrellas, compact mirrors, feather dusters, rubik’s cubes, action figures, and even toilet brushes.

Window Displays For Harvey Nichols From Found Objects [Gallery]

Click through to see some of the unique headpieces:

Zoe Bradley

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