This Summer’s Must-See Conceptual Installation in Kingston, New York

In the heart of Kingston, NY, where creativity thrives and innovation knows no bounds, the Kingston Pop Museum is set to unveil its latest sensation: “STARFKRS,” a conceptual installation by artist David Craig Ellis. Scheduled to debut with an opening reception on Saturday, July 6th, from 6 to 10 pm, this exhibit promises to redefine the intersection of art and consumer culture.

DC Ellis and Jackson Pawlick

Located at 672 Broadway in Kingston, New York; the Kingston Pop Museum will host Ellis’ imaginative takeover “STARFKRS”. This isn’t just an art installation; it’s an immersive experience that challenges conventional norms. Ellis blends the realms of fiction and reality, introducing visitors to a fictional coffee shop experience that blurs the lines between two iconic brands. This fusion not only captivates but also prompts contemplation about the influence of consumerism in our society.

The exhibit features an array of artifacts curated by Ellis himself. From cups and mugs to T-shirts, signed prints, paintings, buttons, stickers, and hats, each item embodies Ellis’ distinctive artistic vision and commentary on contemporary culture.

Join The Kingston Pop Museum on  Saturday, July 6th for an evening of exploration and enlightenment as “STARFKRS” takes over Museum Room #2. This event promises not only to stimulate the senses but also to provoke meaningful conversations about art, consumerism, and the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary culture.

For additional information about the artist, visit or @davidcraigellis on instagram. For more details about the Kingston Pop Museum and its eclectic offerings, visit or follow them on Instagram @kingstonpopmuseum.


Hannah Kadyrov

Hannah Kadyrov is a native New Yorker and first generation American. Hannah studied Fine Arts at The Fashion Institute of Technology before spending the next few years working different roles in Print Publishing and Advertising. Her current focus is painting as much as possible and writing about anything and everything.