Collection: III. Information File

III. Methods of Displaying

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Visit to Deyrolle Store in Paris

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+ Things are displayed in glass boxes of cabinets 
+ Displayed very analytically and organized very well 
+ Everything has a scientific name and label to tell things apart from each other 
+ I can organize my final pieces in a box - with the addition of a well made container - enhances the look of the entire product itself 

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Methods of Displaying Seed Packets

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Taken at the 99p Store

+ This method of displaying is the most known method - however I don't think that it is very visually appealing and after talking with some peers, they also agreed that this method wasn't as appealing. 
+ A positive part of this method is that it allows for more access to the entirety of the packaging while maintaining the order. If I were to put the seeds in a packet, there is a possibility that noone will pick them up, or they will pick them up and not put it back, causing a mess. With a pegboard it is almost guaranteed that all areas of the packet will be seen and will be returned

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+ I find the wooden boxes to be the most visually appealing and in connection with my topic 
+ When it comes to botanical items, there is a certain sense of class added if it is presented in a wooden box, it makes it seem more expensive when compared with a pegboard. 

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+ A positive of using packaging like this in that I can try designing the packaging more than I would with a wooden box. A wooden box would be pretty much visually appealing on it's own without much to mess around with but in terms of a cardboard holder, I would be able to control the information that I put on it. 

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Visit to Hoxton Street Monster Supplies Store

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+ Things look better when displayed in a box
+ A wooden box: allows for more organization - a place to put things - people feel like they will need to put it back or else it won't look complete as it was found 
+ This way I can keep my seeds organized during the exhibition and not have them be scattered around after people have looked at it 

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Oona Culley: Flipbooks

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Oona Culley's flipbooks are very visually appealing and existing in all the same color palettes and tones so that it can be seen as a series. The size is quite good which I can apply to my own designs as they aren't too big and fit nicely between fingers making it easy and quick to flip through. Her flipbooks seem very thick and I'm not sure if I can create enough frames to create such big flipbooks. However, it is a great method of displaying moving image or GIFs in an analog way. This is a great solution for my iPad dilemma. 

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Damien Hirst

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Tears of Jesus 2003 [1]

Medicine Cabinets:

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Holidays

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No Feelings

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Sinner

With Damien Hirst's ways of displaying medical cabinets, comes a way to organize things in an interesting and meaningful way. Although I don't think that this will be applicable for my final outcome as I don't have nearly enough things, it is interesting to examine the ways in which he organizes his objects. The overall imagery of his organization is quite aesthetically pleasing and familiar in a way except in the context of a gallery. 

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