The best of the rest in visual merchandising from 2020.
Retailers proved that visual merchandising remained crucial in the uncertain year that was 2020.
Sculpture created for San Francisco store dazzles shoppers.
Dynamic display draws in kids and parents alike with indigenous African animals.
Cannabis dispensary recalls a mom-and-pop convenience store.
Engaging signage takes spotlight in smaller format of Macy’s shopping experience.
Unusual props unify an eclectic store journey.
Experiential displays elevate the task of shopping for windows and doors.
Deadline is March 9.
The honorable mention winners from VMSD's annual competition.
Customer immersion was a highlight of Coach's collaboration with Michael B. Jordan and "Naruto".
Target mixes up its visual merchandising for its latest beauty section rollout.
TD Garden's ProShop leverages visual to satisfy fans.
Julie's Groovy World creates a journey at the American Girl flagship
The Arcadium Experience took customers on a VR/AR journey.
From captivating windows to impressive pop-ups, the winners of 2020’s International Visual Competition proved visual merchandising remains a treasured art form.
The final deadline is Friday, March 6, 2020
Enter your materials by March 6, 2020
The extended deadline is March 6, 2020
Submit your projects by Friday, Feb. 14, at 11:59 U.S. ET.