Daft Punk has announced a one-week archival pop-up shop in Los Angeles from 11 – 19 February at 8818 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood.
The shop will feature retrospective pieces from the duo’s career from set pieces to props, original artwork and of course, helmets. There is also a massive display of humorous posters, advertising the products and placing the band in some unlikely commercial situations.
Alongside its previous work, limited edition items by Gosha Rubchinkiy, Off-White, Enfants Riches Deprives, Darkdron, Hervet Manufacturer and Han Cholo will also be available, seeing design and fashion brands represent the duo.
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