Gary Card at Stella McCartney

The set designer shares the fruits of his two-week stint of drawing in the windows of the Stella McCartney store on Bruton Street.

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Set designer and illustrator Gary Card spent two weeks being gawked at in the window of the  Stella McCartney store on Bruton Street whilst busy drawing animals, Alice in Wonderland-style characters and monsters on childrens' wardrobes. Here are the pictures that Gary took of his hard work.

"Stella McCartney approached me after seeing the shoot I did with AnOtherMan. I wasreally excited with the idea of me making the window as people watched - so that it becomes more of a process. I was given the freedom to create whatever I wanted, but as Stella was really inspired by the shoot she wanted me to work in that style.

So to keep me challenged I moved it on a little, creating something just as beautiful with a naive handwriting. Stella wanted it bright, vibrant and colourful. The pictures are inspired by children and things that they love - animals, dinosaurs, superheroes and fantasy. I wanted it to be playful, fun and sweet." 

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