Good People, Good Words : Launch of World’s Most Renowned Pop-Up shop

WTF Bar & Gallery -

Ended 03 June 2016
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WTF Bar & Gallery

After stonking success in Geneva, Perth, Birmingham, Gwangju and Cleveland, “Good People, Good Words” is finally coming to Bangkok to showcase their most iconic concept.

Opening Reception Wednesday 4 May, 7pm at WTF Cafe & Gallery

WTF Gallery is pleased to announce the launch of the world’s most renowned pop-up shop “Good People, Good Words”. With over 30 sq meters of clean white loft space, using Kinfolk as a role model, in an almost unique shophouse building, it is without a doubt an absolute first for Bangkok – the City of Angels Mahanakorn. Its huge variety of six or seven products is carefully curated and designed by their own designer, from fashion to homeware to sports equipment, encompassing T-shirts, tote bags, ashtrays, enamel mugs, water buckets, ping pong sets and two or three more must-have items. All designs are classy and unfussy to let the shape of the object speak for itself. 

The name “Good People, Good Words” is a reference to good people who speak good words that are well worth recording and collecting for the generations to come so they can learn of the wisdom and sacrifice of these heroes who have singlehandedly snatched the country back from the edge of darkness.
 

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7 Sukhumvit soi 51 , Bangkok, Thailand 10110

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