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Rebecca McDonald window display

Creative? Want to raise your profile? How about slapping your finest work all over our great big windows in the centre of Falmouth?

Are you a photographer, painter, paper artist, graphic designer, illustrator, textile designer, interior designer, designer-maker or general creative head? Know one who might relish a fresh challenge?

After six months basking in the delights of Rebecca McDonald’s beautiful window display*, the time has come to refresh our Falmouth studio windows. And this time we’re thinking chance encounters; Hitchcock meets Wes Anderson, vintage trains and intrigue aplenty – to tie in with an event we’re planning this November (more on that later).

What’s involved

We’re on the lookout for a person or team to create a brand new window display that responds to the brief (see below) in imaginative and inventive ways, speaking to our brand values and catching the eyes of passers by and Espressini customers opposite us.

Interested? Download the brief to find out more and see how to apply – or please share with anyone you know who might be interested:

Stranger Collective window display brief

Deadline for applications: 7 July 

*Becky has also just completed a beautiful window display in High Street Kensington, London, for Jimmy’s Iced Coffee – taster below, but head to @rebeccamcdonald_ for more.

Rebecca McDonald window display for Jimmy's Iced Coffee

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