A Tokyo-based British designer named Duncan Shotton has created an intriguing and ingenious way to sell his ‘Real Boy Pins’ as a miniature, remote-controlled pop-up shop. He intends to sell little thumb-tacks in the form of ‘Pinocchio’ with a needle for a nose to the public.
His idea of creating a tiny ‘shop’ out of cardboard with a tiny display case for the pins makes people turn heads as they approach the stand or walk by. It's cleverly placed on top of a remote control toy car and calls it his tiny ‘remote-controlled pop-up shop.' This creative pop-up shop makes quite an interesting appearance as people learn to recognize his product in the most captivating and purposely distracting controlled form.