Vans pop-up store by Green Room, London

July 31st, 2012 by retail design blog

Green Room created a themed pop-up store for Vans, coinciding with the Vans Downtown Showdown skate competition, which took place in Old Spitalfields Market and offered skate fans a unique and time limited brand experience.

The pop-up was located in a former art gallery on Brushfield Street and shares the same ‘Jack the Ripper’ theme as sections of the custom-built skate park specially constructed within the market for the competition. Reminiscent of the traditional ‘spit and sawdust’ pub of the Victorian era, props sourced by Green Room’s team include barrels, a piano, antique hat stand, cabinets, lanterns and modesty screens.





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