Christmas Window Display Provides An Unusual Interpretation Of A Classic Carol [Pics]

Christmas Window Display Provides An Unusual Interpretation Of A Classic Carol [Pics]

Hendrick's Gin joins with artists to create the 'Most Unusual 13th Day of Christmas'.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 november 2011

Hendrick’s ‘Most Unusual 13th Day of Christmas’ display is situated in the shop window of Jeroboams in Belgravia, London. The gin brand asked a number of artists headed by the painter Matthew Killick, to give their interpretation of the classic James Halliwell carol The Twelve Days of Christmas. The window display features lots of curiosities that provide a unique twist on the carol, including haggis drummers, origami swans and a partridge in a cucumber bush. They will be on display at Jeroboams for the next two weeks before heading to Peckham’s in Edinburgh for December. Click through to look at the unusual artworks:

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