There’s a tiny remote controlled pop-up shop in Japan

Here it is, folks-the future! There’s a tiny (and I mean tiny) pop-up shop in Harajuku, Tokyo, that’s getting loads of attention. Created by Duncan Shotton Design Studio, the pop-up shop was designed to celebrate pack number 900 going on sale in the 1000 limited edition packs of Real Boy push pins.

The design team says, ‘The shop was also mobile, and movable via remote control, further adding to the design’s sense of surprise and playfulness, as well as insuring the minimal design would still be noticed’.

Via Designboom

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