Poundshop

While we’re rather tired of the idea of ‘pop-ups’, we’ll make an exception for Poundshop, opening for just three days this weekend.

Founded by design collective Household and illustrator Sara Melin, Poundshop, which sells very reasonably priced design products, was launched last year, and featured in 2010 and 2011’s London Design Festivals, as well as in the Somerset House Christmas market.

Tea floates by Gail Catchpole
Card by Alice Stevenson

This Christmas, the shop will be selling lovely products from designers and illustrators including Alice Bosch, DeBurca, Dicky Bird, flat-6 Studio, Freddie Yauner, Marc Owens and Gregor Timlin, Gail Catchpole, Harriet Russell, Hato Press, Household, Joshua Wiley, Lisa Jones, Luicille Clerc, Lydia Leith, Pompadour Press, Sane & Able, Studio Lav, Sara Melin, and Tom Davies for Beaver & Pegg.

What Poundshop's last pop up looked like
Tea floates by Gail Catchpole

As well as festive fare, such as Christmas cards, there will be products from a wide range of disciplines such as illustration, homeware, stationery and prints.

What Poundshop's last pop up looked like
Print by Claire McManus

We love the sinister looking bird of prey print by Claire McManus, and the fantastic Beard Cards by Sane & Able. Everything is priced at either £1, £5, or £10 – so even the scroogiest/skintest gift-buyer need not leave empty handed.

What Poundshop's last pop up looked like
Beard Cards by Sane and Able

Poundshop will take place from 9 – 11 December at Downstairs at Mother London, Biscuit Building, 10 Redchurch Street, London E2.

What Poundshop's last pop up looked like
Pillow cases by Jenni Desmond

All the products will also be available online from www.thepoundshop.org

What Poundshop's last pop up looked like
What Poundshop’s last pop up looked like

 

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  • Stephen Moss November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    You are tired of pop ups ? Please explain.

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