Head to Kate's Paperie to see The Museum of Art and Design's pop-up store, which is brimming with distinctive constructions and trinkets galore. "Our products really maintain the connection between the heart and soul of the maker," VP and Director of Retail and Brand Development Franci Fagar says. "People have noticed this and are buying across the board!" Highlighted pieces are designed by the international artists responsible for the museum's current exhibition, Slash: Paper Under the Knife (also the ongoing theme for the pop-up). Aside from their staple MAD branded logo designs (from $3.50) you'll find everything from ornamental fixtures to basic home necessities. Before time's up, snap up Ed Wohl maple bread boards (from $36) or Beth Mueller's old-school milk bottles ($28-$44). Although the pop-up store is slated to close January 15th, Fagar states that nothing is set in stone. "Should we be embraced by the neighborhood, it's possible we'd stay another three months." So start shopping!