When walking into a dirty old warehouse littered with piles of used lumber, it’s hard not to feel overwhelmed. But the re crew sorted through the would-be landfill material and came out with very re-usable lumber, like 2x4s that had … Continue reading
Our friend Fern Gookin at RAIR stopped by this week to pick up some lumber we saved from local film and theatre sets for a second life in a community enriching and environment focused project in Smith Memorial Playground, located in Fairmount Park. Public Workshop, the Delaware … Continue reading
Last Sunday’s Mixed Media Assemblage workshop with Bethany Rose Rusen was a great event! Here are some pictures of the workshop and the artists’ works in progress… Bethany’s proposal for the workshop seemed like a perfect idea for our … Continue reading
We’ve got a huge selection of salvaged and donated picture frames, from mini size (wallet size photos) to extra large (3′ x 4′!) With glass, without, wood/metal/acrylic, near new or very vintage, perfect for photos or your next art project!
Our volunteers are busy denailing hundreds of 2×4′s and other building materials saved from a recent film set, so before you head to the box stores for new lumber (from newly cut down trees!) check out our inexpensive, reclaimed stock.
This amazing (truly green!) tree house was made by one of our best local film carpenters, out of reclaimed set pieces!
These wood samples we just got in are going fast! For 50¢ each, one could start a project… and they also work great in combination! These are SOLD OUT.
We saved it; now it’s your turn to make something out of it! Pricing varies.
This kotatsu was made using lumber salvaged from local film set constructions! (re•created by Vinni Cheng, Aaron Fleury, and Brian Romasky)