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Well, I'll bite. It's crowded with only two customers. Couldn't get many more in there with the massive amount of reproductions. Even the art on the wall is crammed together.
Yes, I agree...too much stuff.
As others have said...too much stuff and cluttered. Put out just one or two bins and no duplicates. Keep the excess out of sight. Then is someone buys one then replace it. make the customer feel like they are getting something unique.
Truth is - they are not unique.
They are not reproductions. They are photographs.For years I've been advising photographers not to block the inside center of their booth with panels or bins. One or two people looking at the work prevents others from entering and you loose the chance to make sales. Larry Bermanhttp://BermanGraphics.com412-401-8100
It's just plain overwhelming.
Use the walls. Indicate on each print the sizes it is available in. Priced "From xx.xx". Keep the inventory where you can access it easily so the customer gets a copy that has not been manhandled or covered with "Show Dust".... Bins for closeouts.
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