Pass on Plastic was a temporary store in London that raised awareness of the problematic nature of single-use materials. The destination provided an immersive experience that was hard to ignore. The interiors were visually overwhelming, boasting floor-to-ceiling wallpaper that depicted plastic waste. As all surfaces in the space were decked out with stimuli, the enclosed environment and the topic that was addressed surely made people contemplate the ethics behind production, while gently nudging them into a more mindful and sustainably inspired lifestyle.
The Pass on Plastic pop-up was curated by London-based Shed who partnered with Project O and Sky Ocean Rescue. The inventory of the shop consisted of products that would help one curb single-use plastics — from bottles and cutlery sets to beeswax food wraps and more.