Gene Moore

Make them stop by showing them something they’ve never seen before, or by showing them something they’ve seen every day but never thought about. In that sense, the display person is doing what every artist does: showing people the way he or she sees things, making people see something differently from the way the merchandise suggest. Thus to make people see, the display person must see first, must have beautiful dreams and then admit that all those dreams are shared by each of the strangers shuffling by on the sidewalk.

Gene Moore, “My time at Tiffany’s”

12/04/2011 — Maf.Reino

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  1. Hay un montón de cosas impactantes que percibimos diariamente y que pasamos por alto por no pararnos un segundo a pensarlas.

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