This funny design objects store is located in Ruzafa, next to the “Estación del Norte” train station. It’s interior design belongs to Masquespacio, and it invites the visitors to join a pop universe inspired by the 80’s Memphis geometric aesthetics. It’s main claim are original valencian design souvenirs, that try to run away from the typical random travel gifts. Gnomo is the right store for those who want to get a nice and original gift from Valencia. You will find jewelry, postcards, illustrations, paper craft and decor.
Website
gnomo.eu
Address
Gnomo, 32 Carrer de Cuba, Valencia, Spain
Current city: Valencia
I’m an art director who works and lives amongst Valencia, Barcelona and Ibiza. I’m very inspired by pop culture, naïve imagery, The Pink Panther, horror and B movies plus the ironic side of the kitsch aesthetics.
 

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