17 Pop Art Inspired Window Displays Designed by FIDM Visual Communication Students

Have you ever walked by a window display that physically stopped you in your tracks? Wether it’s the holiday season at Macy’s or the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, a well designed window display can create emotional impact for the viewer and hopefully influence their actions or decisions in some way. So who are the master minds behind creating such visually inspiring environments? Visual Communication pros are experts at designing the perfect window display or pulling together the perfect outfit—and making it look like a work of art.

At FIDM, the Visual Communications Program offers students a diversified, creative business background in visual presentation, exhibit/trade show design, retail and event marketing and store planning, with an emphasis on the fashion and entertainment industries. In the classroom, students collaborate on real-world projects with companies like Saks Fifth Avenue and Disney Stores North America. Additionally, students collaborate to design the window displays around FIDM’s campus.

Using the theme of “Pop Art In Fashion”, below are 17 window displays designed by FIDM Students.

 

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Credits

Design Installation

“Pop Art In Fashion”

Instructors

  • Paul Olszewski
  • Russell Williams
  • Brad McCall

Students

  • Kellie Torio
  • Nykaela Oineza
  • Stephanie Bachez
  • Erica Blackman
  • Kelly Simpson
  • Roxanne Imboy
  • Tiani Hernandez
  • Christina Almeida
  • Hailey Wofford
  • Karoline Huber
  • Morgan Wacek
  • Bianca Mata
  • Kimberly Urias
  • Vanessa Osejo
  • Jorgen Palm
  • Megan Lehr
  • Shizuku Ota
  • Kristianna Garcia
  • Sky Borm
  • Venetia Kidd
  • Brianna Tomaselli
  • Gabriela Ramirez
  • Shella Marieta
  • Erynn Santos
  • Joanna Aguilar
  • Kayla Odegard
  • Melissa Symonds
  • Erynn Santos
  • Jordan Maloney
  • Kayla Odegard
  • Melissa Symonds
  • Andie Miller
  • Joyce Chicas
  • Sadie Petiford
  • Sara Poss
  • Shaina Sheppard
  • Shane’a Edwards
  • Alexandra Stephen
  • Brice Davis
  • Caroline Bell
  • Marisa Farella
  • Taylor Olsen
  • Aaron Corona
  • Caitlin Jones
  • Cristina Rodriguez
  • Sara Racine
  • Erika Karanikoglou
  • Haily Vileta
  • Katherine Valdez
  • Lori Witherspoon
  • Maria Murygina
  • Rachel Steinberg
  • Ayla Odegard
  • Erica Blackman
  • Kaley Simpson
  • Tiani Hernandez
  • Caitlin Jones
  • Sara Racine
  • Shiella Marieta
  • Bianca Mata
  • Jorgen Palm
  • Kimberly Urias
  • Megan Lehr
  • Shizuku Ota
  • Vanessa Osejo
  • Amy Clapper
  • Angelina Stepic
  • Daisy Trinidad
  • Erynn Santos
  • Joanne Aguilar
  • Jordane Maloney
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Author: James Peacock

James Peacock is a Digital Marketing Specialist at FIDM in Los Angeles, California. He received his A.A. in Graphic Design from FIDM and was hired as Social Media Assistant in 2013 by his alma mater in order to help grow the institution’s social media marketing efforts. James now combines two of his passions, telling stories and solving problems by managing data-driven marketing campaigns across multiple channels that ultimately result in a positive return on investment.

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