Thu 12 Dec 2019
Paul Bennett, Director
If you’ve recently walked past our St. John’s Wood office, you might have noticed a slight change. We feel privileged that Italian-born yet London-based mural artist, Alessandra Tortone, has created an eye-catching Christmas scene for us in our prominent NW8 window – the fifth year in a row she has brought a little festive magic to our property display.
For 2019, Alessandra has caricatured the Behr & Butchoff team, and we’re now appearing as cheery elves having fun and delivering gifts to put underneath the Christmas tree. With over 20 years’ experience under her belt, Alessandra’s artistic skills are in demand by top brands including Starbucks and L’Oreal, who love the way her art can transport people, change emotions and make people smile, pause or think.
While our Christmas window display is a whimsical, light hearted contribution to the St. John’s Wood Christmas scene, the artwork does bring in to focus the power of the High Street and having a physical presence via a shop front.
Paul Bennett, Director at Behr and Butchoff comments: “An eye-catching, head-turning window display is a very powerful year-round marketing tool. Unlike digital artwork, it can’t be deleted or scrolled past. We combine our prominent office position in St. John’s Wood with illuminated window display pockets to ensure that the properties we market are easily seen, both day and night. For us, having our brand proudly displayed in the community we serve is an important part of our business. From talking to our clients, we know seeing a fully-operational Behr & Butchoff branch gives home movers reassurance, and allows them to drop in and speak to a real person (we promise you not a Christmas elf).
On the theme of all things festive, the Behr & Butchoff team would like to thank our customers for their support during a successful 2019. We wish you a very, merry Christmas and warmest wishes for a happy New Year. Please do contact our team if a new home is one of your New Year’s resolutions – we’d be happy to assist in 2020.