The nation of shopkeepers

Pallister, James
November 2011
Creative Review;Nov2011, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p64
The article looks at how shopkeepers in Great Britain are turning to artists and designers to help revitalize their businesses. An overview of the relationship between commercial art and local businesses is presented. Topics discussed include the growing number of vacant shops in Great Britain and a look at efforts being made to encourage shopkeepers to think about design.


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