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SHFT-pureDKNY Pop-Up Gallery/Shop

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Our store/gallery popped up in New York last week. Check out some pics of the launch.

Our pop-up store/gallery, co-presented with pureDKNY in Manhattan last week, was a sustianable good time for all involved. The gallery kicked off with a a launch party hosted by Adrian Grenier, Peter Glatzer, and Angela Lindvall. The shop/gallery featured the best in sustainable design and over 50 pieces of art curated by Edie Kahula Pereira and SHFT. The theme, like the mandate for the first......read more

Rapha Cycle Club NYC

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Pop-up bike shop/gallery/cafe gets set to open in the Big Apple.

New York cyclists rejoice. Hot on the heels of a successful stint in London, Rapha Cycle Club will pop up on the Bowery in NYC in celebration of the Tour de France. Opening on July 3rd, the Rapha Cycle Club will present live daily screenings of the famed bike race. Part retail shop, part cafe, part gallery, the space will offer Rapha gear, serve up brews from Third Rail Coffee, and show an......read more

The Story Behind the Store

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SHFT opened a Pop-Up Store and Gallery in Los Angeles. Founder Peter Glatzer discusses why.

SHFT is a multi-media platform founded earlier this year by film producer Peter Glatzer, actor and filmmaker Adrian Grenier, and sustainable designer Lauren Gropper. Our mission is to convey a more sustainable approach to the way we live through art, video, design and culture. We bring together curated and original videos, a shop with sustainably designed items, and a host of blogs and......read more

Harvest by Hiroshi

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Skate and Destroy Exhibition at Plsmis gallery, Tokyo.

We can't get enough recycled skate art at SHFT. Currently on show at plsmis gallery in Tokyo, Haroshi creates a series of playful artworks making use of old skateboards and broken decks. “Skate decks eventually see its life shortened by snapping, cracking and/or wearing out. Purchasing new decks is a never ending cycle and this was evident by the tower of old decks that were reaching to......read more

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