kitsch and collage

On a recent trip to Australia, one of our design director came across this amazing shadowbox in the gallery A-Space on Cleveland. This shadowbox is full of antique chalk figurines and vintage ceramic animals. It’s called “Garden of Eden (Paradise Begins)” and was assembled by Australian artist Clinton Cross. Our design director was most excited and inspired by Clinton’s aesthetic. Also, she loved the way he took antique collectables and assembled them into a piece of modern art.
Our assistant accessories designer, Callie, was so inspired by the shadow box that she created her very own. She was surprised by how many figurines she could fit into such a small space! Check out her version…

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Camille Riley -December 15, 2007, 1:17PM

Absolutly lovely. You girls are so creative

Cedar -December 15, 2007, 2:37PM

Wow! Those are remarkable!! I could really spend a good hour or more staring at them!

sarah -December 21, 2007, 12:31AM

those are so cool. the first day the ny store i opened i had to visit and i was so happy to see these in person. they are awesome!

Jennifer Perkins -January 11, 2008, 12:56PM

I may have finally found a way to organize all my kitschy trinkets into one display. LOVE IT!

Clinton cross -October 24, 2011, 10:27AM

i still do them:) they are sellers but take a lot of time:) can see more on you tube Clinton cross recent works 2010 – 2011.

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