Pop-up shop in Fort Greene offers handmade goods

A Brooklyn artisan is showcasing his handmade furniture and home goods at a pop-up shop in Fort Greene. Artist John Sorensen-Jolink opened Coil + Drift in the basement of the Jill Lindsey store on

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Dec 15, 2014, 12:23 AM

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Pop-up shop in Fort Greene offers handmade goods
A Brooklyn artisan is showcasing his handmade furniture and home goods at a pop-up shop in Fort Greene.
Artist John Sorensen-Jolink opened Coil + Drift in the basement of the Jill Lindsey store on Myrtle Avenue.
At the store, shoppers can find ceramic lamps, bowls, candle holders and coffee tables, among other pieces. All were made by Sorensen-Jolink in his Bushwick studio.
The items range in price from $18 to $2,700.
Sorensen-Jolink says the items are made using sustainable materials reclaimed and repurposed from around the city.
The shop will be open until the end of December.


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