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New Pop-Up Shop for Pasteup – Showcasing Australian Street Art Giftware

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Mick Pacholli
Mick Pachollihttps://tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his father's publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry.        

Pasteup, the home of Australian street art giftware, is excited to announce the opening of its new pop-up shop located at 1/63 Fitzroy St, St Kilda. This unique retail experience will feature the artwork of 19 talented street artists, which will be showcased on a range of giftware, homewares, clothing, and accessories as well as a range of original artwork.

As part of the Renew Fitzroy Street initiative, Pasteup aims to promote and celebrate the vibrant street art culture in Australia by providing a platform for artists to showcase and get paid their work. By collaborating with these talented individuals, Pasteup ensures that the artists are paid fairly for the use of their artwork, supporting their creative endeavours and acknowledging their contributions to the local art scene.

Artist represented include Adi, Astral Nadir, Conrad Square, Eddie Botha, Fikaris, Gnashingteeth, HWJ, Kasper, Leadbeater, Logan Moody, Manda Lane, Mort Murray, Mr Dimples, Oskr.2021, Ruskidd, Sahil Roy, Tinky, Tom Gerrard and VKM.

The new pop-up will offer a wide selection of products that art enthusiasts and street art aficionados will love. From unique prints and collectible items to stylish clothing and statement accessories, visitors will have the opportunity to own a piece of Australian street art history.

The curated collection of giftware and merchandise will not only provide an avenue for people to support local artists but also serve as a reminder of the vibrant street art culture that St Kilda and Australia have to offer. Whether customers are looking for eye-catching home decorations, one-of-a-kind fashion pieces, or distinctive gifts, Pasteup’s pop-up shop is the place to go.

Products include beach bags, bomber jackets, car air fresheners, greeting cards, key tags, lens cloths, luggage tags, paste-ups, sports bags, stickers, stubby holders, t-shirts, tea towels, tote bags and zip pouches.

“We are thrilled to open our new pop-up shop in St Kilda,” said Mark Boldiston, the founder of Pasteup. “This space allows us to celebrate the incredible talent of Australian street artists while providing them with fair compensation for their work. We invite everyone to come and immerse themselves in the world of street art and discover unique and exciting pieces that reflect our local culture.”

The pop-up shop is open now and will continue through to Christmas 2023. Visitors can explore the store four days per week. For those unable to visit in person, an online store will also be available at www.pasteup.com.au


Mark Boldiston
0450 015 263
www.pasteup.com.au
1/63-73 Fitzroy St, St Kilda, 3182

About Pasteup: Pasteup is a platform dedicated to showcasing Australian street art on various giftware and merchandise. By collaborating with talented street artists, Pasteup aims to celebrate their work and compensate them fairly. Through their pop-up shop and online store, Pasteup provides art enthusiasts with an opportunity to own unique pieces of Australian street art.

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