Sandy van Helden transformed the front of the shop into a cool and airy site where 2-D objects playfully distorted our sense of spatiality.
After thorough experimentation van Helden came up with a conscientious concept for window display, which was subsequently installed in store in the early spring of 2014. Small displays were installed featuring products from Restored. They are a clever construction of light wooden legs with matte-blue plexiglass tops. The high ceiling of this old building became a backdrop for the mobile installation of 2-d geometric objects. All in good taste.
While she was at it van Helden designed a set of three different postcards. These thick silkscreened cards with white on blue prints depict her signature marbled motif encapsulating geometrical shapes.