American Design Club Pop-Up ShopAuthor:Stephanie Orma
If you’re in need of a retail bliss fix–specifically of the ultra-designy kind–you’re in luck. American Design Club’s first-ever San Francisco pop-up shop has sprouted at Hayes Valley’s Rand+Statler. Now through September 18th, the “San Francisco Supply” event will peddle limited edition, modern objects by the nation’s most up-and-coming young designers. Expect everything from clever 2D prints, to lights made from goose feathers and rubber, to craveable totes made from moving blankets. (Yes, you read that right).
Medium Frame Light by Iacoli & McAllister
Balancing Blocks by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings
Birdie Light by Kiel Mead
The Hive Honey Set by Biodidactic Designs
Totally out-of-the-ordinary designer-made wares by twenty-plus creative folks. Two weeks only. Visit Rand+Statler at 425 Hayes Street and bag it while you can.
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