In celebration of FestivALL 2017 we are presenting a few of our favorite art redesigns by ReStore customers!
Charly Hamilton made these crazy ladies from old wood diverted from a house deconstruction to the ReStore.
This piece by Mark Tobin Moore was on display at The Clay Center. Mark, a long-time ReStore shopper, picked up most of the materials for his installation at our ReStore.
Jack Rife used hardware from the ReStore to complete this thought-provoking sculpture.
“New Orleans” and “Same Old Song” are collages Mark Tobin Moore created on old cabinet doors.
The beautiful work of Chris Dutch is contained within this retail fixture purchased at the ReStore. “Crystal Lattice” was on display at The Clay Center.
Popular artist Bob Fisher is a member of the Charleston Art Group that meets every Tuesday in our community center. His work contains many intricate part that he often procures at the ReStore.
“Navigator” by Mark Tobin Moore is full of ReStore treasures!
The process of recreating art by adding new elements was coined “redirecting” by Canadian artist David Irvine. The pop culture twists that Irvine puts on tired old thrift store art is the inspiration for the ReStore’s annual art show: Double Take.
Watch our short video to learn more about ReStore’s Double Take Art Show.
Adrienne Galloway shows off her redirected art that won the 2015 Double Take Art Show at the ReStore.
Another crowd favorite from Double Take 2015 was Beth Kern’s “Believe.”
Click here to view all the 2015 redirected art.
“Bookworm” by Brenda Pinnell received the most votes and won Double Take 2016.
Another crowd favorite from Double Take 2016 was Shawn Means’ “Americanization.”
Learn more about ReStore’s commitment to the arts here.