It’s all, oh so souvenir to me! Exhibition


The outcome has been described as different, imaginative, unique, brilliant.

The exhibition “It’s all, oh so souvenir to me!” made its debut last summer bringing under a single umbrella the interpretations of over 60 Greek designers to the question:

What would Greece be if it were a souvenir?

Different views, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives came together in an attempt to redefine the design and meaning of the traditional Greek souvenir! Creators coming from all sectors of design – architects, product designers, photographers, ceramists, visual artists, illustrators, fashion and accessories designers, stylists, branding creators – portrayed a line of objects with different utilitarian value, materials, ideas and concepts, all with a focus on Greece.

Presenting items that combine usability and innovation, conceptual design and quality while at the same time reflecting the designers’ personal thoughts and feelings of what Greece is and what it means for them.

This year the exhibition is grows bigger adding more designers, new ideas and objects to the project.

Leading us to the Opening Party!

On Thursday 5th of June from 20.00 onwards Matalou at home space (Ipitou 5 & Voulis in Syntagma) will be presenting the new souvenirs of over 70 Greek designers while in that evening, Ipitou street will be hosting the live musical sounds of a very special rempetiko band, followed by a dj set from Stathis Mitropoulos, dedicated to the Greek summer…

In other words, the pedestrian will be filled with Greek scents, flavors, memories. An atmosphere that will be reinforced by the high quality variety of wines coming from the small winery, Mylonas (

Designers participating: 157+173 designers, A Future Perfect, , B612, Akira Mushi, Costas Bissas, Blanc, Bomba Design, Busy Bee, Brokequeens, Eirini Deligiorgi, Dig Athens, Nike Dimopoulou, Dr. Orange, Draw Collective, Evol Eyes by Aggeliki Tsotsoni, Halleluiah, Constantinos Hoursoglou, IDISTI, Jazzt Design, Lina Karanicolaou, Ioannis Karlopoulos, Koukoutsi, Olympia Krasagaki, Ladi Biosas, Sofia Lampropoulou, Ioannis Mamoutzis, Mirella Manta, Matalou at home, Meet the Cat, Mirka’s Quilt, OM* in a box, Occhi Concept Store, Liana Papalexi, Parisis Panou, Ploos Design, Point Supreme and Sathis Kefalouros from Omada Blanco, Postfolk, psarokokalo creative studio – la.trap, Rdesign by Ritsa Anastasiadou, REDO by Maria Mavroudi, Ioannis Samelis, Dimosthenis Serketzis, Zahos Stathopoulos, SKOUMOKY, Kallirroy Spiridonos, Takis Spryropoulos, Sugar Line Productions, Vasiliki Syrma, THEIA, Tind, thegreekbag by K. Rotsou, The Greek Imp, The Three Dots, Trouve mon Βouton, Sophia and Dimitra Vamiali, Christos Vlioras, We Design, Which cat, Minos Zarifopoulos Argyri Zelka and many more.

We support the movement of Wise Greece

The exhibition It’s all, oh so souvenir to me! Vol.2! supports the movement of Wise Greece ( A non-profit organization that promotes top quality Greek products, through the sales of which it manages to raise money to buy food for those in need.

During the opening party Wise Greece will set up its own counter to sell delicious goodies from all around Greece. Olive oil from well-known Greek regions, spices and herbs, traditional sweets and jams, vinegar, honey and even organic chocolates, allowing consumers to help the non – profit organization Anasa Zois (

This effort will be reinforced by the sales of the exhibition since for that day “It’s all, oh so souvenir to me! Vol.2!” will also be offering part of its profits to the non-profit organization “Anasa Zois”.

It’s all, oh so souvenir to me! Vol. 2!

5th of June – 28th of September, 2014

Matalou at home – Ipitou 5 & Voulis 40, Syntagma

Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Thursday – Friday: 12.00 – 16.00 & 17.30 – 21.00

Wednesday: 17.00 – 21.00

Saturday: 12.00 – 16.00

Sunday: 18.00 – 21.00 (only during the months of June, July and September) Monday: closed


For more info: / / T.: 211.1845416 & 6942014975 (Anna Polydorou)


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