Spot Store is a funky new shop and gallery space in Amsterdam’s Negen Straatjes run by really nice people, Tim and Niels.

With a fresh approach of working together with local artists, they present a whole range of design toys, prints, etchings, chairs, crabs, custom sneakers, laptop sleeves and canvases. As well as their own Spot tee’s with original prints, plus labels such as Ontour, Bench and more.

We’re super excited that they asked to showcase our Zaishu chairs from the Amsterdam project, which are now exclusively available here.

Friendly prices and great art. Drop by and see for yourself.

Spot Store, Huidenstraat 30, Amsterdam

Photo by Morten Årstad Foto for Zaishu Amsterdam Project

Streetlab Artfair

May 1, 2009

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Photo by Morten Årstad Foto for Zaishu Amsterdam Project

On Friday 24th April, the Zaishu Amsterdam Project stole the show with a front window installation – designed in a joint effort by Dolly Rogers and Weasel for Streetlab – a Dutch platform for young fashion designers and street artists.

A big thanks to everyone who came along and those who enjoyed the pizza buffet with us at the end of the night.

Graffiti stencil artist FAKE was also showing work and couldn’t keep his hands off a chair and took a blank Zaishu to spray. We can’t wait to see that one. Stay posted!

A special thanks also to Geert Van Kerckhove for his help setting up the exhibition, and to Jeroen Smeets from Reload Magazine who curated the exhibition and the fantastic crew at Streetlab for their support. Mwaaaah… We love you!

We’ve uploaded some pics of the evening to our flickr site. Check them out! If you’re in Amsterdam, the chairs will be on display and for sale at Streetlab until the end of May.

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Zaishu and the Amsterdam project featured in Sublime Magazine – the first international sustainable lifestyle magazine, published in the UK. Download the article here, written by Francka Sullivan. Yaay!

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We will be exhibiting at Artlab, a showcase for young talent taking place at Streetlab April 24-26 – opening Friday 24th April 6pm-9pm.

The exhibition will feature a diverse range of national and international artists including live art painting during the event. Come along and check out the colourful display of chairs we created as part the first Zaishu Amsterdam project.

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Zaishu fashion shoot

March 26, 2009

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We did a super spunky photoshoot with this cool Zaishu designed by Evelien Klein Gebbink and fashion designer Marlies Van Stolk.

Credits:
Fashion designer: Marlies Van Stolk
Model: Marlies Van Stolk
Photograher: Morten Årstad
Zaishu artist: Evelien Klein Gebbink

Zaishu chair art

February 8, 2009

Our stunning Zaishu Amsterdam series are available for sale at 350euro.

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Contact Jennette if you are interested in purchasing one of these unique pieces of art from Amsterdam’s most up and coming talents.

jennette@dollyrogers.com  +316 2525 3646

Playing with Zaishu

February 7, 2009

We invited a diverse range of artists to use Zaishu chairs as their canvas and transform them using all their artistic ingenuity. This playful Zaishu accordian chair was created by artists Thomas Reineke & Wobbe van der Meulen. Thomas sculptured the chair and Wobbe added the accordian component to the top. It really does play when you sit on it!

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Film by Geert Van Kerckhove

We had a fantastic launch of the very first Zaishu project to take place in The Netherlands. A huge thanks to the Wilhelmina Winkel art space for hosting the exhibition and for their help throughout the project.

You can check out more photos of the evening here.

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7 December the Exposition was officially opened at the Wilhelmina Winkel in amsterdam

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Photos by Morten Årstad

Zaishu artists work

December 10, 2008

Along with the chairs, beautiful and diverse artworks by the participants of the Zaishu Amsterdam project were also exhibited.

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Check out more of the works here