Pop-Up Shop Embraces Products Of Inconvenience

Pop-Up Shop Embraces Products Of Inconvenience
Design

The Inconvenience Store sells goods that money can't buy.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 7 march 2014

Post-quake creative urban regeneration initiative Gap Filler has launched a new project called The Inconvenience Store, a hybrid retail space and art project in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The project features a week-long residency – meaning someone new takes over the shop each week, and transforms it and runs it according to their own interpretation of an “inconvenience store.” The store sells goods like a Pint of Patience and a 30-Hour Day, hoping to create a memorable experience for visitors and have at least one item that can be purchased with some form of currency.

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