PSFK Visit: Good Stuff Pop-Up

Part installation and part retailer, Good Stuff is a concept popup store that actively encourages the circular economy—a mode of thinking that minimizes waste and reuses resources as much as possible. The experience, which ran in the summer of 2019 in New York City’s Seaport District, hosted a series of events like panels and workshops, as well as hands-on demonstrations to explore consuming and living in a circular manner that benefits the planet and all of its inhabitants.

The ‘PSFK Visit : Good Stuff Pop-Up’ deck contains 22 pages of original photographs and opinions.

Published July 2019

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