Joyce installations by Tadaomi Shibuya, Shanghai, Beijing

February 22nd, 2016 by retail design blog

Curiosity, mischievousness and cleverness. The year of the monkey just kicked off, and according to the Chinese zodiac the aformentioned traits should be prevailing for the next twelve months. Whether or not that’s going to happen, Hong Kong-based luxury retailer Joyce has anticipated the event with appropriate window installations at its three homebase boutiques and stores in both Shanghai and Beijing. For this elaborate project Japanese urban artist Tadaomi Shibuya was enlisted who created monkey-inspired, eye-catching graphics in his inimitable futuristic manga style, and which boldly adorn both windows and doorways. Shibuya is no stranger to the fashion and entertainment industry, and given his dynamic style, we’re not at all surprised.

http://superfuture.com/supernews/hong-kong-china-joyce-x-tadaomi-shibuya

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