Shrouded by Sclater Street’s iconic colourful graffiti art, Shoreditch Junk is a surprising haunt of erotic art, antique furniture and anti establishment memorabilia that captures the East End culture and creative spirit in a nutshell. Shoreditch Junk presents a heady mixture and intriguing concept comprising of a wonderful, eclectic jumble of retro iconic furniture, religious iconography and taxidermy spilling onto Shoreditch’s streets of contagious rebel cool. Shoreditch Junk is an otherworldly experience; perhaps more akin to a museum of punk culture, with a brash anti establishment sentiment and distinct anarchic influence with a mission to inspire, challenge and shock.
You’ll be browsing to a soundtrack of rather loud music played on vinyl, whilst digging around things, behind things, under things and over things in search for that one amazing piece. Shop cool retro treasures from graphic animated walls in an altogether captivating shopping experience, that like marmite, you will either love or hate, leaving you inspired or simply bewildered.
A rare Rolling Stones/Jimmy Hendrix, Beatles mannequin costs £500 and a ‘Kiss My Ass’ Wooden 3D Artwork by RYCA costs £2800.
WeLikeShopping Tip: With a focus on all things rebellious and anarchic, look out for Shoreditch Junk’s fine collection of military and army jackets for an easy way to channel authentic East End cool.