Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pop up Plaice!

The owners of a family run fish and chip shop are opening a pop up chip shop called Plaice in a car park on Friday, to mark the hand over of the shop to their granddaughter. Pisces, on Station Road … Continue reading

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Vintage clothes pop up shop

Old Market, Bristol is the location of a pop up shop selling vintage burlesque and evening clothing. The Rio Grande shop will open in 24 West Street from January 12th to Sunday 14th. Funds raised will be going to Macmillan … Continue reading

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God’s Own Junk Yard

Chris Bracey, a London collector and creator of neon art (and in fact the first to create Soho’s perennial “Girls Girls Girls” sign) has recently opened his own pop up shop in central London. God’s Own Junk Yard is packed … Continue reading

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Pop up businesses for dummies

Worthing based artist Dan Thompson is something of an expert in the pop up shop world. He founded the Empty Shops Network, started the UK’s first pop up tourist information centre in Worthing, and transformed a disused carpet store into … Continue reading

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Art students’ jute bag pop up shop

Princes Mall in Edinburgh is playing host to a pop up shop selling limited edition reusable jute bags. Students from Edinburgh College of Art have teamed up with Jutexpo, a UK manufacturer who ran a competition for the students to … Continue reading

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