There are plenty of artists to choose from at POP Montreal. Here are our picks.
Montreal’s soapmaker Butr uses products you can eat to create her wonderful soaps. Interview and review here.
Montreal scales back on its festival calendar in December, but theres still lots to do.
The mega-flea market of POP Montreal has it all. Here’s what caught Julia’s eye.
Enjoy the bounty of local goods, well made at Puces POP. Check out the photojournal here.
Using coconut cream and agave, Kingsley desserts proves that you can make ice cream that tastes great without the dairy.
With 20 new vendors this year and some beloved old ones, Puces POP has something unusual for everyone. You might be tempted to get yourself a thing or three.
Looking for a delicious gift from Puces POP? Try LEMO Lemonades. Interview with founder here.
A delicious line of syrups by Les Charlatans proves as versatile as they are delicious. There’s a strong punch in every drop. Esther tests them out in cocktails and more!
Take your G&T to the next level with 3/4 Tonic’s homebrew. Esther tests out the goods and reports on her findings.
For those ready to early bird their holiday shopping or fans of delightful home made products, Puces POP is always a welcome visitor to fall.
Art Brasilis joined Puces Pop this year and will be part of an upcoming Brazilian pop-up shop at Espace Pop with other Brazilian artists.
What to buy at Puces Pop for the person who brings the yang element into your life.
Our selection of delightful goods on offer at Puces Pop that are lacey, romantic, pink, and feminine.