Category Archives: VISUAL

Designing for Quiet

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Silence has become highly sought after as a luxurious commodity. W Magazine reports ‘between “fake news” blaring through the television, Twitter notifications constantly interrupting us, and the combined noise of everyday life, it’s become a privilege to shut the f— … (read more)

Optimism in Design

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source The Inspiration Room The word ‘progress’ has been a reoccurring conversational theme here at Sheridan&Co. The Author of The Sunday Times Bestseller Utopia for Realists: And How We Can Get There, Rutger Bregman put forwards that ‘a map … (read more)

Nature Inspired Design

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Ecotopia Nature is a “forgotten public health resource”. Benefitting physical, mental and social health, access to nature has been shown to reduce stress and improve coping mechanisms. Where nature once surrounded us, we now live in what Michael … (read more)

Why Japanese Architecture Is Inspiring Us

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image source Barbican From a monthly Origami Wonderland workshop at The Snooty Fox pub in Canonbury, to the Barbican’s The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945 is exhibit, Japan is increasingly becoming a visual inspiration source for the Sheridan&Co … (read more)

Spring Has Sprung In London With The Affordable Art Fair

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Image Source Affordable Art Fair  Along with the dramatic improvement in weather, the Affordable Art Fair has hit London today and will be running until 12 March 2017.Head to Battersea Park and take advantage of the abundance of artworks by … (read more)

World Book Day

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Image Source Pinterest Yesterday was World Book Day in the UK. Whilst William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Enid Blyton are amongst some of our favourite authors here at Sheridan&Co, we have put together a list of some the best places to be at … (read more)

Nostalgia Is Having A Big Moment

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Google We have explored how VR and AI will be transforming the retail landscape throughout 2017. Whilst conversations surrounding retail tech has be entertaining our team for quite some time, there are always antithesis perspectives to be enjoyed. … (read more)

Values Driven Valentine Retail

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Selfridges Just a couple of weeks back, I was popping to Selfridges to visit the gifting hall. I was greeted with two displays of cards. One display presented beautiful Valentine’s cards. The neighbouring display however was full of … (read more)

Retail’s Future is Female

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Pinterest The future is female is a social movement that has dominated consumer conversations, and has exploded across the Internet and social media. Later this year, Wonderwoman will hit the screens. Wonderwoman was conceived with expressed cultural significance. … (read more)

Retail Travel Guide: New Delhi

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Image Source Frieze Inspired by an Frieze editorial piece on Art in India, we have compiled a New Delhi retail guide.  It is a fascinating, chaotic, tantalising melting pot of a city! Jan – Feb is a great time to visit … (read more)

London’s New Design Museum

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Following the relocation and transformation of the Design Museum from its home of 27 years in a former banana warehouse in Shad Thames to the old Commonwealth Institute building in Kensington, the Design Museum is now ready to welcome the … (read more)

Retailers Must Find Their Long Tail To Survive

Posted by Michael

Image Source LSN Global The New Year has started well for the UK’s big retailers. M&S, Morrisons, Tesco, Primark, Debenhams, Supergroup, JD Sports, John Lewis and Sainsbury’s all enjoyed good Christmas sales. There were a few black spots. Next announced … (read more)

Is social media the new retail?

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source LSN Global The term omnichannel is by no means new. However, for a long time the worlds of social media and retail have been viewed almost as two separate entities. Whilst we are experts of retail, our contemplation … (read more)

New York Christmas Window Display’s

Posted by Nick

When it comes to holiday visual merchandise display it doesnt get anymore top notch than the infamous 5th Avenue in New York City. With only a slight interruption trying to bypass security around Trump Tower – Sheridan&Co’s New York based … (read more)

Our Favourite Festive London Pop Ups

Posted by Alice Bodkin

As the saying goes, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.This could not be truer this December. There are an abundance of activities that unfold over the festive period in the capital. Hyde Park transforms … (read more)

Seasonal Storytelling in New York

Posted by Alice Bodkin

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was a stirring, not even a mouse’. Given the fact that New York does not sleep, and the city is never quiet nor is it still, we … (read more)

London’s Christmas Windows

Posted by Alice Bodkin

London is at its most magical at this time of year. It is a pleasant sight walking around the streets to and from the office, viewing all the decorations that have found a festive home for the month. From holly … (read more)

2017 Retail Predictions

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Elemis As we approach the New Year, we reflect on the key insights that have driven retail in 2016 and what will become more prominent in 2017. Fast and Slow Strategies Due to the break away of traditional … (read more)

Retail Travel Guide: Antwerp

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Pinterest With its cobbled streets filled with cafes, tourists will travel all throughout the year to enjoy Belgium’s second largest city. With its quaint architecture, Antwerp is as charming as it is cool. Our in house Interior Architect … (read more)

Commoditising Culture in Retail

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source: The Barbican Culture is now paramount when driving sales and brand engagement within retail experiences. With a democratisation of travel, the rise of consumer tribes such as the sixth continent, coupled with the accessibility of social media, the … (read more)

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