Pop-Cycle recycled goods grand opening
Three native Tucsonans, all women artists, will be embarking on an exciting new venture beginning at 422 N. 4th Ave. Pop-Cycle will be the latest addition to Fourth ’s recent influx of new shops, featuring fun, unique, accessible art and apparel. Our special twist is that all items will be made from recycled, reclaimed and upcycled materials.
The brains behind this new enterprise are DeeDee Koenen and Shannon Riggs, of DDco Design, and Jennifer Radler of Monster Booty Threads. These brands will be featured at Pop-Cycle, along with many other items made locally and globally. DDco makes furniture and decorator items from found objects, featuring funky, kitschy imagery. Monster Booty Threads are funky, punk accessories, apparel, and plush toys all rocking cute, scary monsters.
The grand opening celebration will happen at 422 N. 4th Ave. from . There will be thrills, chills and surprises!