Windows at Tiffany’s: The art of Gene Moore

This was a much better book to slog through about Gene Moore, courtesy of Judith Goldman. Many of the same photos in this as the other, calling out the use of eggs, wire, dolls, balsa wood, etc.

One thing that crops up over and over is the example of how Moore always leaves one thing in the display “wrong” so that audiences can have the satisfaction of telling him what his mistake is, which draws them in, makes them engage with the piece. Also interesting what a different world it was where people actually paid attention to window displays.