When I first caught sight of the store all I thought was how beautiful. The clean font of the store name Strangelets and the window display was lovely and I hope to revisit another day when we are not in a rush.

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I wasn’t surprised to discover that this place is run by interior designers and architects. They sure do have good taste. If you’re anti mass production and commerical you’ll love this place. But I suspect the beautiful stuff within comes with a hefty price tag and although I love beautiful things, I sadly have empty pockets.

The store seemed a tad intimidating, perhaps as it was empty, but the ice pops look so enticing. Many people passed by, but no one seemed to go in. Perhaps there’s this feeling that you probably couldn’t afford the things inside and you wondered if it was ok just to go in and look around.

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I couldn’t help liking this cheeky poster pasted on the wall outside.

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A couple more.

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4 Responses to Strangelets

  1. leadinglight says:

    That’s an awesome shop space and creative poster. Like the car!

  2. 365days2play says:

    What’s with the lost cat likes cheese photo. Looks like a rat! Or is that a joke…

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