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Helen Musselwhite's Art is Whimsical & Multicultural

 - Sep 13, 2018
References: helenmusselwhite & dezeen
During London Design Festival, Manchester-based artist Helen Musselwhite curates a window display installation for T2's Regent Street shop. Without a doubt, the creation builds on design principles and cultural narratives, communicating not only the philosophy behind the Australian tea brand but also adding a much-needed dose of color.

Helen Musselwhite exclusively works with paper and her expertise can be attested to through her playfully whimsical creations. For the window display installation, she chooses an aesthetically pleasing and strongly fantastical arrangement of fruit and warm beverage-related objects. The inspiration is drawn from T2's "extensive library of teas and teaware." In the quest for employing a multicultural approach to presentation, Helen Musselwhite draws parallels between region-specific tea influences.