Winners of the 2022 International Visual Competition Awards: Honorable Mention “Needler’s Fresh Market” Submitted by: Bergmeyer, Boston Photography: Mark Steele...
Taking first place in the In-Store Home Goods category of the 2022 International Visual Competition, the project included VM displays that incorporated recycled materials from the...
Sidewalk graphics complemented the kaleidoscopic display in a project that took first place in the Non-Holiday Window Displays category of the 2022 International Visual Competition
Blending vintage and modern elements, the sustainable designs earned first place in the Temporary/Pop-Up category of the 2022 International Visual Competition
The tech-driven design took first place honors in the In-Store Storewide Promotions category of the 2022 International Visual Competition
Designers of this Bloomingdale's window overcame multiple roadblocks to claim top honors in the 2022 International Visual Competition
Eye-catching windows, temporary installations and pop-ups once again take center stage
A “Kindness Bar” is among the standout attractions of this project that won first place in the Temporary/Pop-Up Category of the 2022 International Visual Competition
The best of the rest from our annual visual merchandising showcase
Experiential displays elevate the task of shopping for windows and doors.
Engaging signage takes spotlight in smaller format of Macy’s shopping experience.
Cannabis dispensary recalls a mom-and-pop convenience store.
Dynamic display draws in kids and parents alike with indigenous African animals.
Sculpture created for San Francisco store dazzles shoppers.
Unusual props unify an eclectic store journey.
Retailers proved that visual merchandising remained crucial in the uncertain year that was 2020.
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.