In order to satisfy my ghetto venture, I decided to re-visit Shoreditch again. This time was fortunate enough to finally be able to visit the famous unique pop up shop in Shoreditch called the box park. Such a bizarre name for a shopping mall that mainly sales teen or pre teen clothes but however not only they ace in selling lovely stuff but also the mall itself happen to be some sort of shipping container concretes. Quite impressive tho! I wonder how they construct it in such a short period of time (well, yeah I just happened to notice it the last two weeks). Me, Shanka and Suzanne eagerly finding a great photoshoot location, we explore every corner of Shoreditch just to find the perfect graffiti wall that has been fulfilling those boring concrete. I saw a famous gig place in Shoreditch ( yes, the one with two tube train hanging on it's roof) and just realized that I've been there before for my Toro Y Moi gig last year. Boy it sure is interesting, sadly they start their operation at late night since it turns out to be a lounge bar.
I knew that I'm gonna go ghetto again this time, so I match it and translate 'Shoreditch' into clothing. Basically if Shoreditch was a person, she or he is going to look like this, colorful, striking yet edgy at the same time. I'm sick and tired seeing my un-organized piles of clothes, when I decided to clean it and throw everything on my bed my clothes speak for itself. Among those stacked clothes there were my H&M shirt, my blue shirt and my dragon skirt that I bought couples of days earlier laying side by side. I tried to sense something and miraculously I got an idea to combine them all together. Was pretty crazy actually, but turns out well (hopefully). Tho my clothes kinda match with the graffiti that I used as a background in my photoshoots.
OH wait! Last Wednesday was my birthday!!