southtwelfth:

Through some quirk of real estate, the Minneapolis art collective Hardland/Heartland has this shack at Franklin and Lyndale in their possession — you’ve biked by it before. I think it used to be a flower shop (uh, “shoppe”).

Anyway, they’re making it available for semi-public use this summer.

So, here is the scoop: From now until the winter winds blow us back into our homes we are making this small shack available to our creative friends and colleagues to interact with random passersby. It can be used for anything from presenting your findings or selling your wares to distributing agitprop or engaging in summer conversations. There are no posted hours, the shop is simply open when it is active.

Click through for more information.

  1. upyourarchitecture reblogged this from southtwelfth
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    Dereks Shoppe by Hardland/Heartland in Minneapolis, Minnesota. "So, here is the scoop: From now until the winter winds...
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    I miss the cats that used to wrap themselves around this little shack but I’m happy to see it may be used for other...
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    My name is Derek and I thought it would be pretty cool if I had other people named Derek (not those losers named...
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    this is just a couple blocks from where i live. i was kind of sad they painted it white. i’ll be curious to see what...
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