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Pop-Up Shop Upcycles Old Movie Film Into Sleek Wallcoverings [Pics]

Pop-Up Shop Upcycles Old Movie Film Into Sleek Wallcoverings [Pics]
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Designer Robert Kalinkin incorporates vintage reels into the aesthetics of a retail space.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 14 may 2013

Lithuanian fashion designer Robert Kalinkin gives his recently-opened Pop-Up Shop a cool cinematic appeal by using 24 kilometers or 15 miles of real film as the main element in its overall design.

The film was woven together by hand and cover the walls, ceiling and other objects in his Pop-Up Shop.

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Robert Kalinkin’s Pop-Up Shop is located in PC Europa in Vilnius, Lithuania and is open until June 1st.

See more photos of the shop below.

 

Robert Kalinkin

 

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