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Brief Published: 21 Oct 2010

Art of Aesop


In a bid to support the work of new and emerging artists, Australian botanical skincare brand Aesop has just announced that it will be displaying the work of artist Julia deVille in both its London and Paris stores from this week.

Melbourne-based deVille’s work is of a similar vein to that of Polly Morgan – featuring humane taxidermy in sculpture and jewellery design. The collaborative concept compounds the brand’s alternative ideology and commitment to the creative arts.

The exhibition will run in Aesop’s Shoreditch store from October 18 to October 23, and from 25 to 31 October in its Saint-Germain-des-Prés store.