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The Museum of British Folklore Pops up for Christmas!
Simon Costin's Yuletide Pop-Up Shop

Today, The Museum of British Folklore - founded by art director and Gareth Pugh and Alexander McQueen collaborator Simon Costin - opens a pop-up shop on the corner of Thurloe Place and 10-12 Exhibition Road, London, offering Christmas gifts and works by artists including Tamsin Abbott, Liam Barrett, Paul Bommer, Clare Curtis and many more. Open for one month only (or thereabouts) through until 21 December 2011, the shop gives the rare chance to buy even rarer gifts themed around the traditional crafts and artisans of Britain. For those wishing to know more about the museum, check out Britannica, our monograph, profiling both Costin's passion for the folk traditions of of United Kingdom, and showcasing Ruth Hogben's edit of archival footage of the rites and rituals of the British Isles.

1 comment

  1. 08:34 4 Dec 2011
    Umm, are you really just giving this info out for nohting?