Wednesday, 6 October 2010
There are around 4,000 derelict petrol stations in and around London, and a collective of young artists, designers and architects called Cineroleum transformed one of them - on Clerkenwell Road - into a traditionally designed, temporary pop-up cinema. It is constructed from donated and found materials, and will show films from sundown onwards four nights a week.
As part of the green makeover there are paper tickets - 5 Euros each - and signage, flip-down seats and an ornate curtain strung from the forecourt roof has been supplied. You can see more images of the street-side cinema here.
Via: The Pop-up City