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Porthole Photo Frames- Anna Docherty Design

Porthole Photo Frames

Designed for a private label collaboration between Target USA and Umbra. These magnetic photo frames offer a porthole into a memory of the past. They were exclusively available for Target as a Christmas stocking suffer as an impulse oriented items at the ...

Walmart Better Homes and Gardens- Anna Docherty

Walmart Better Homes and Garden Drapery Design

This design was a private label concept designed to be sold under the Better Homes and Gardens of Walmart USA. It was a design update on an previously existing drapery design, and has been in production since production since  2008 and is still today a timeless and classic ...

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Salone Mobile 2008

Anna along with a select few of her colleagues from the University of Alberta have been invited to exhibit at this years Salone Mobile in Milan.  Anna will be exhibiting her concept for a living wall.  Interlocking hexagonal planters filled with plants crawl along the wall. ...

Take out menu-Anna docherty design

Takeout Menu Holder

Takeout Menu Holder proudly acknowledges the fact that most of us don’t cook every night—or any night. This “bachelor’s recipe book” conveniently stores everything necessary to feed oneself via telephone or Internet in one contained place. Includes a handy folder for storage and a whiteboard and pen to make ...

Steel Peel Hooks- Anna Docherty Design

Steel Peel Hook

AnnA's first real factory sample arrived today! It is probably one of the most validating feelings a designer can have, when you are able take something from ideation all the way through to production, it feels like you have succeeded as a designer. ...

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Butter Dome Butter Dish

The year 2008 marked the University of Alberta’s Centenary and was a year of celebration and collaboration. The events  of the Centenary provided an opportunity to share pride, acknowledge accomplishments and strengthen ties within the campus community. It was an event that brought students both past and present together and puts the University of Alberta in the spotlight. The Universiade Pavilion, commonly referred to as “the ...