Chic Store Sells Tourist-Friendly Goods From The Back Of A Bike

Chic Store Sells Tourist-Friendly Goods From The Back Of A Bike
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A souvenir shop that pedals down the street, popping up to sell adorable accessories where ever it goes.

Serena Chu
  • 31 october 2013

Designer Yaroslav Misonzhnikov debuted a bike-operated store that roams around the city of Saint Petersburg, selling small items like city maps, souvenirs, and mobile device cases to passersby. The two-wheeled mobile store, Immeno-Lavka, took inspiration from classic trishaws – bikes specially designed for transport of goods – and was Misonzhnikov’s attempt to bring back the environmentally friendly concept.

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