Finding ways to display fine art to its best advantage, without allowing the display mechanism to play any part in the visual experience, can be a challenge. This pair of 600 x 500m sculpted cold cast bronze panels featured in a private exhibition and the artist wanted the audience to be able to engage with […]
Not only do we refurbish ‘tired’ mannequins when they’ve been subjected to a few hard knocks in store, but photographer Bruce Hepburn (www.astrapics.co.za) has found another creative way to breathe fresh life into them by merging old Mannequin Works heads with the eyes of a real model. We think they look amazing.
Start-up snack business BraveHeart Biltong, needed low-cost point-of-sale solutions for their biltong snack packs (that’s jerky if you’re not from South Africa!) and they asked us to make up store-floor and counter-top units to their exact design specifications. They supplied the drawings and we took it from there.
For our co-founder, Rory, creating art has always been a passion and when he’s not designing products for Mannequin Works’ customers, you’ll find him in his home studio. His happiest time is spent there and he’s just as comfortable sketching in charcoal or painting in oils as he is sculpting and casting into bronze.
Clothing, jewellery and home-wear brand, Poetry, has a distinctively fresh and whimsical style that’s reflected in every aspect of their visual merchandising. With hats featuring in their collection, they needed a clean and elegant way to show how they complement their clothing line. The problem? Poetry uses headless torsos in its window displays rather than […]