Plant Pop Launch the First Ever Plant Based, Immersive Art Exhibition in London

If you are looking for something a bit unusual to do this summer then we suggest a visit to Plant Pop who have launched their first ever pop up art exhibition in London.

Running until the 1st of September at the Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, Plant Pop is comprised out of life-sized fruit and vegetable art installations that guests are encouraged to interact with as they explore the dynamic spaces of the exhibition. Interactive highlights include a giant cherry hanging into a large pair of lips, an avocado ball pit with floating avocado seats, a UV grape room filled with infinite purple grapes suspended from the ceiling and a huge watermelon seesaw.

Plant Pop’s mission is to celebrate plants and healthy food through engaging art pieces and spaces that create the perfect ‘Instagram moment’, allowing guests the opportunity to share their experience to their online communities, inspiring others to come and enjoy plants on a whole new level.

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🍉 Yeeeehaw! Feeling meloncholy? We’ve got just the cure! Open at 12pm! In Shoreditch!

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You see more of the unique Plant Pop exhibition on their  Instagram.

The exhibition runs from August 11th to September 1st, you can purchase tickets here!

Let us know in the comments below or over at @Fuzzable if you fancy going to see this!

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Written by Kelly McFarland

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