Brinkworth is unveiling the latest in a series of window installations at Whiteleys shopping centre in central London this week. Called Special Delivery, the centrepiece is a cardboard crib named Baby Box for young babies, which doubles as a personalised archive for the storage of toys, cards and photographs. The Baby Box is made from sustainable and recyclable corrugated cardboard and printed with non-toxic inks with spaces for the baby’s name, birthdate and weight. The installation will feature a baby doll inside the box delivered on to fake grass by a cardboard stork.
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