Antique-Wood and Silkscreen Clocks

Antique-Wood and Silkscreen Clocks

These unique clocks are handcrafted from redwood, old growth cypress, and tiger maple reclaimed from wine tanks, NYC water towers, Coney Island boardwalks and fallen trees from Central Park. The silkscreen is printed onto Japanese silk fabric.  We also have tiny wall clocks made with a variety of handmade and designer papers.

Steel, Wood and Silkscreen Vases

Steel, Wood and Silkscreen Vases

Our vases are cut from wine tanks and fallen Central Park trees and steel salvaged from decommissioned sculptures. The silkscreens are hand-drawn and screened onto Japanese Silks.

Solar Night Lights

Solar Night Lights

Our solar nightlights are handmade from reclaimed Brooklyn watertower redwood, designer paper and a miniature print. The embedded light sensor will turn on the nightlight automatically at dark and then shut down at dawn to recharge. A limitation of solar panels is that they charge best when exposed to DIRECT light. Ambient light will not […]

Fridge Art: Reclaimed Words on Reclaimed Wood

Fridge Art: Reclaimed Words on Reclaimed Wood

Each magnet is sawn from reclaimed antique wood, taken from Brooklyn watertowers, Coney Island boardwalks, and pickle and wine tanks, then combined with a 1″x1″ miniature photograph of words, cut and stenciled on blocks, that have faded from usage.

Jewelry

Jewelry

Our pendants and earring are sawn from reclaimed antique wood, taken from Brooklyn watertowers, Coney Island boardwalks, and the meatpacking district, and combined with either 1″x1″ miniature photograph or reclaimed chain and rubber.

Reclaimed Wood Planters

Reclaimed Wood Planters

Our planters are made from Coney Island Boardwalks, Brooklyn watertowers and reclaimed steel. Each planter comes with our NYCeed Wildflower Packet containing Aster, blue phlox, Columbine and other native New York flowers..  Our NYCeed Project is designed to do our small part in helping NYC go local and go green!

Silkscreen on Reclaimed Wood Bookmarks

Silkscreen on Reclaimed Wood Bookmarks

Each bookmark is hand cut from reclaimed lumber and combined with a silkscreen on recycled paper with hand-torched borders.

Grobot – the Coney Island Planter

Grobot – the Coney Island Planter

hi, my name is grobot.  i’m originally from coney island, where my dad worked on the boardwalk.  i LOVE to sunbathe, grow things and ride the ferris wheel!  take me home and plant small herbs in my belly and watch me work!  i don’t love to work but i’m good at it!

Reclaimed Steel, Wood and Paper Frames

Reclaimed Steel, Wood and Paper Frames

Our frame images are cut from old Central Park trash cans and decommissioned steel sculptures. The wood is cut from fallen poplar trees recovered from Central Park after the 2010 storm.  We also have hand-drawn images silk-screened directly on our wooden frames, as well as paper frames. We have a range of styles, but here’s […]

Hand Silkscreened Clothing

Hand Silkscreened Clothing

We carry two separate clothing lines: One is our hand-drawn designs silkscreened onto organic and sweatshop free sweatshirts, pants and tees; the other is our vintage clothing line, composed of the finest threads we dig up in our favorite thrift store around the country.   Visit our Handmade Clothing Etsy Shop   Rummage through our […]

Silkscreen and White Cedar Coasters

Silkscreen and White Cedar Coasters

Each coaster has a white cedar base with a silkscreen on recycled paper and coated for waterproofing. They come in sets of four, depicting NYC scenes, birds, and other original designs.

Antique-Wooden Winetank Mirrors

Antique-Wooden Winetank Mirrors

Our mirrors are cut from Pennsylvania wine tanks and bleecher seat taken from the Yale Bowl in New Haven, CT.

Photo Albums

Photo Albums

Our photo albums are designed with handmade and designer papers. Each albums has 35 sheets of acid-free photo paper with photo-corners.

Handmade Reclaimed Wood Birdhouses

Handmade Reclaimed Wood Birdhouses

Coming Soon: Solar powered Birdhouses!  Each birdhouse is one-of-a-kind, hand painted and cut from reclaimed woods collected from wine tanks, NYC water towers, New England barns and churches and elsewhere.