Coca-Cola Creates Barefoot Oasis for City-dwelling Lithuanians
Sometimes you just need to feel the grass under your feet. For dozens of unsuspecting consumers in Vilnius, Lithuania, Coca-Cola made this happen by transforming a city plaza into a branded pop-up park and then filming the surprise and delight as passersby stopped by.
You can also use charming freestanding doors as an entrance to an outdoor pop-up dinner or garden party! PopUp Republic
S.O.S. Mobile Garden is a discarded shopping cart, suitcase, baby carriage, even a commode, retrofitted into a mobile edible garden for the purpose of engaging the public in debates about important issues such as recycling, food justice, urban decay, and just about any current socio-economic and environmental issue you can think of. How about a pick your own herb garden business?
For the town of Bristol’s Big Green Week, local residents created a pop-up Mobile Forest consisting of a fleet of a few dozen shopping carts planted with young trees. Placed at different locations across the city center, the planted carts instantly transformed cold or neglected urban public spaces into inviting green oases and offered the public a moment to relax and view the city in a different, greener, way. #Guerrilla_Gardens #mobile_garden #pop_up_forest
Pollinator Bee Hotel in Fairmont Hotel Lobby, Washington DC. If there is a pop-up bee polinator in a hotel lobby, perhaps there should be one in pop-up garden environments?! PopUp Republic