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Pop-Up Shop Hangs Merchandise From Tree Branches

Pop-Up Shop Hangs Merchandise From Tree Branches
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Tokyo-based designer Duncan Shotton wanted to take his online shop offline, so he relocated it to a tree.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 may 2013

British designer Duncan Shotton, who is based in Tokyo, wanted to take his online shop offline so he relocated it to a tree. The ‘Pop-Up A Tree Shop‘ was opened recently in the Harajuku neighborhood of Tokyo.

Pop-Up Shop Hangs Designs From Tree Branches

Shotton sat above while his designs hung from the tree branches, dangling on pieces of string. These included his nessie pins (thumb tacks in the shape of the loch ness monster of Scotland) and cloud keyholder with hidden magnets.

Pop-Up Shop Hangs Designs From Tree Branches

Vowing to sit up in the tree until it rained, Shotton served the customers below and no doubt attracted lots of new fans with his innovative retail space.

Pop-Up Shop Hangs Designs From Tree Branches

Duncan Shotton

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