Model Behavior Part 2 from Classic Reinvention on Vimeo. Model Behavior Bariq and Sudais Cobbs showing the relationship between family and art. This is a model example of how to cultivate creativity in our children. We are truly inspired by the short clip and hope it encourages all to share their talents with their children. #supportthelocals Filmed by Classic Reinvention Art by Bariq Cobbs and … Continue reading Model Behavior Part 2 | Search+Rescue Squad
The Job site at Urban market is the debut installation for our capsule of work meets sport Spring items. Still using the Images of labor exhibition as our muse, here we illustrated our story through props and graphic raglans. Suggesting that this group of guys decided to play in their work clothes. See Pics Continue reading “The Job site | at Urban Market”
Who would of have known that inside a seemingly abandoned warehouse, in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia, an Urban outfitters production house was right in our neighborhood. Well we didn’t, until a visit from our friend Daren from Rothco. He mentioned that he has a friend in the area who works for Urbs. Once we were introduced to Joey there was an instant connection. Joey introduced us to Aaron the current buyer for Urban Renewal and the rest of the creative staff. This group of artist and pickers work under the banner of Urban Renewal. The pieces are totally one-of-a-kind, handcrafted in Philadelphia from vintage dead-stock and surplus materials sourced from around the world. So the degrees of separation have been lifted and like minded neighbors are united! We were inspired to learn that what we thought was a new trend, from reworking vintage and recycling source material, was the practice of Urban Outfitters for the past 20 years. Just when we thought we’ve invented a wheel, we learned that there’s nothing new, it’s only renewal.
Search + Rescue x Urban Renewal collaboration;
From the Images of Labor collection by The Search and Rescue Squad. Search + Rescue Images of Labor collection was Inspired by the history of industrialization; translated to recycled vintage dry goods.
check out some behind the scenes footage of the Urban Renewal design studio.
The Revolution is now! Liberty Fairs debut their New York tradeshow at 82 Mercer, the Search+Rescue Squad had the privilege to partner with The Liberty Fairs tradeshow by providing our ButcherShop Rehab line of furniture and Search+Rescue’d props for Freedom Hall, a progressive platform curated by Ouigi Theodore, the creative director of Bkc. Freedom hall showcased fresh talent from London, Italy, Holland, Norway, Sweden, LA, Chicago, Seattle & Japan joining forces under one section at Liberty called “Freedom Hall”. Ouigi was able to put together an allstar team from around the world. We were honored to have been chosen by Sharifa Murdock, partner at Liberty Fairs, and Ouigi to provide furnishings for Freedom Hall. It was amazing to see each brand with its own unique story harmonizing visually in one concentrated area. The Goal was to inspire retail with stylish, fully functional, quality furniture with props that can live with each story. #whatsyourstory See more… Continue reading “Liberty Fairs + ButcherShop Rehab| Freedom Hall curated by Ouigi of The Bkc”
The Urban Summer Market was the coolest market we vended all summer. Stu from Three potato four recommended that we were invited along with a well curated list of talent. The Naval Yard is an Oasis of Art and Style. It seemed that the most stylish and creative people Philadelphia has to offer gathered together for lunch. We were surrounded by huge docked naval ships and large Industrial re-purposed sculptures. And the coolest part of all was all of the new amazing friends we made. The event truly lifted a few degrees of separation, learning that alot of people did not live too far from us in Port Richmond. Sometimes a proper medium is all you need to gather local like minds. See more pics… Continue reading “Search+Rescue the Naval Yard | Urbn Summer MRKT Photos”