Archive for December, 2015

Foreign, fun and futuristic: The best of Paris’ Christmas Windows.

With two days to go until the big day, yet still none the wiser what to get for your Great Auntie Liz and five cousins (twice removed), the lead up to Christmas can often prove quite stressful. However, with a mission to make our last minute dash around the shops a little more jolly, ’tis the season after all, visual merchandisers are our saving graces. This year, they have decided to inject comic relief and narrative into Christmas Windows all over Paris, making them joyous for kids and adults alike.

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Nordic meets Navajo

Showing at the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen until December 2015, a special exhibition entitled Web of the Spiderwoman – Rugs from the Navajo Nation is bringing to Scandinavia an authentic taste of Native American culture. The exhibition explores the craftsmanship of the Navajo people from the desert of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, who have lived from sheep breeding, weaving and trading blankets for centuries, all while constantly adapting to the American society surrounding them.

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