The Japanese word “sho” has a variety of meanings including brilliant, wealthy or flying. This little store has for art, toys, books and vinyl has most to relevance to the former, but the versatility of the meanings of its name are also mirrored in its functionality since it houses both a gallery and a creative studio. It’s a rare sight to see in a toy store, but alongside works from artists such as Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, David Horwath, Joe Ledbetter and Fortress you can find the latest urban fashion threads and even things to pimp your walls, windows and mobile with.
Most of the eclectic range of items here are exclusive and limited editions, ensuring a regularly refreshed selection. And even if you don’t find something that tickles your fancy, you can exercise your inner delinquent with their DIY toy service that helps you realize a pocket sized version of a character of your own imagination.