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Strategy / Branding / Concept Visioning / Experience Design

 

Thrice Pop-Ups

 

 

Bringing something new into the Denver scene, the vision of the pop-ups are immersive, temporary, artful, fun, provocative and slightly strange.

Thrice is a rotating eatery, mixing food, drink, and design activating spaces, engaging people, creating immersive experiences to the community.

 

 

Korean BarbieQ was the first in a series of pop-up concepts, infusing art, food & drink and pop culture to create each immersive, temporary experiences. Our mission is to bring people together, activate vacant space and give up-and-coming creatives a place to shine. Look for a color immersion pop up, an outer space tiki bar, a retro pride event along with several more. Thrice will partner with non-profits, brand sponsors, culinary, mixologists, artists, and musical talent. Visit ThricePopUp.com and follow us on Instagram to learn more about past partners, event information, sponsorship opportunities, and corporate events.

 
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The concept behind Korean BarbieQ fused Korean barbecue and deconstructed Barbie with an undertone of female empowerment. A pink glow painted the room from the neon sign that read “I’m F’ing Perfect.” Booths lined with Korean movie posters, Barbie head chandeliers, a chevron pattern wall of Barbie and mannequin legs with chopstick pendants. An eight-foot blonde wig wall was the hit of the night, Barbie’s dressing room outfitted by Buffalo Exchange, a life-sized Barbie box as the presidential Barbie photo booth. Women’s march posters lined the DJ booth, as a backdrop for badass female DJ’s each of the six nights, a “tough as nails” sign made of acrylic and hammer nails accented the space.


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