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Ever heard of a pop-up museum? Last summer you may have interacted with one when Design Museum Boston launched its "Street Seats: Reimagining the Public Bench" exhibit around Fort Point Channel. The local arts collaborative has finally set its roots in a permanent headquarters space at 70 East India Row, home to a quirky gift shop in addition to offices and a gallery. Items run the gamut from Design Museum Boston t-shirts ($20), tote bags ($15), and exhibition books (for example, its current "Green Patriots Posters" book for $30), all the way to home goods from partner and JP boutique Room 68, like the Hexy Wall Shelf pictured above ($300) to 3D printed jewelry from Nervous System ($40-$75).
· There Is a Design Exhibit at Logan Airport's Terminal E [Racked Boston]
· Design Museum Boston [Official Site]