Retail Design Institute and RSD Publishing offers many opportunities for design firms, architects, visual merchandisers and retailers to have their work showcased, both in print and online.
The Retail Design Institute Review is the Institute’s bi-monthly, online pictorial magazine that primary focus is showcases what’s new, noteworthy and creative in retail design, visual merchandising and display.
If you have recent retail projects you would like to see published , we want to see them. Send us new or renovated stores from any sector of the retail world: fashion and accessories, home furnishings, food, electronics, sporting goods, fine jewelry, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, food shops, supermarkets, banks etc. If it’s retail we want to show it.
We want to see your store designs, in-store visual merchandising, window displays and branding collateral.
If you are proud of it and want to show your follow professionals we want to show it. You do not have to be a member of the Retail Design Institute to have your work shown.
We do NOT require hi-res images but we do request good photography. Lo-res Jpegs or Tiffs are preferred although we can accept PDFs. Please also provide descriptive information about the project, and although not necessary we request you provide complete credit information for those involved in the projects as well as photo credits
There is never a fee for your worked to be published.
To submit work email your JPEGs and info to John Burr or email him for more information.
In this the 21st volume of Stores of the Year In this, the 21st volume of the highly successful Stores of the Year book
series, we showcase the winners of the 44th Retail
Design Institute’s International Store
Design Competition in this beautifully produced, 224 page,
8½ x 11 hardcover book.
Each winning project is showcased
over multiple pages and includes
complete visual coverage along with
concise editorial describing the scope of
the work, goals and objectives, what
was done, and all the vital information
about fixtures, lighting and materials.
Complete creative credits—store
personnel, designers and supplier.