Collaborative Design Pop-Up 03-06/06/2013
Collaborative Design are popping-up at BOXPARK in Shoreditch, East London for a private exhibition from the 3rd of June until the 6th of June – it’s a real collaboration of design led products. The products are unique, and the concept for a private product exhibition is unique – a rare opportunity for the press, buyers and the public to experience something new.
The designers popping-up are:
- GREEN CORGI – a product agency representing unique and innovative independent product designers. All of the designers represented by GreenCorgi are new to the UK and come from many different locations around the world including America, Israel and Holland
- VICTORIA EGGS – a design company that proudly salutes all that makes Britain British with their Blighty inspired designs. Theyʼre all about premium quality homeware and gifts which include Tea Towels, Aprons, Oven Mitts, Mugs, Bags, Screen Prints, T-Shirts and Cushions, each and everyone handmade in this green and pleasant land.
- UBERSTAR – a distributor of brilliant products founded by the former Head of Buying for Firebox.com an international multi-million retailer focused on products that are unique and of high quality. Uberstar’s strategy is to sell through reputable retailers that bring esteem to the brands and create brand awareness.
- APOLOGIES TO BANKSY – are a UK company who design, develop and distribute collectable urban vinyl figures inspired by the works of the legendary graffiti artist, Banksy, with their apologies.
- LONDONBEATBOX – a UK-based startup that combines a high-quality, full-range speaker, a state-of-the-art Bluetooth chipset and an innovative resonance bass technology in a tiny case. The result is a beautifully designed and extremely portable wireless speaker with crystal clear sound and crisp bass that changes the way you listen to music
- THE *TEASHED – a design-led tea company, born and brewed in Britain. Started 2 years ago, they use quality whole leaf tea lovingly wrapped in silky pyramid teabags imported from Sri Lanka. Their tea can be found in John Lewis, Fenwicks and in the pages of the Sunday Times and the Daily Telegraph.