Keeping the Spotlight on the Art
For more than 20 years we have been helping folks Get Back to making the important connections in life (through our art & only by design). In-return, we have been able to see The Art of Industrial featured in some of the most celebrated spaces, programs and publications. The Following are only a few of those highlights…
SHOWCASING, CELEBRATING & APPRECIATING.
Below you will find our own news, views & industry shout-outs, along with a few of our success stories. In totality, this collection of noteworthy topics is our anthology, which should help to demonstrate our team’s continued passion for celebrating everything vintage industrial; along with our Founder’s desire to always inspire, encourage & influence. We hope to be able to pique your interest as you peruse anyone of the following stories…
Shehla Lucanera crafted the best profile story ever, after a very memorable and beautifully personal interview with Tim for the Summer 2023 issue of Design &
Lighting is an essential element of interior design, and choosing the right light can be a daunting and difficult task for many. Fortunately, you don’t
When we opened our doors nearly twenty years ago, our mission was to repurpose our finds into authentic Industrial Furniture & Lighting. Considered by many
Our Swing-Out Seat Table was recently featured on the Wood Whisperer, one of YouTube’s most popular woodworking channels.
This article is the 2021 holiday promo Get Back Inc. did with the Home Shopping Marketplace. It was our first time working with a television
Fixer To Fabulous Design The Remodeling The Fabulous Barstools Get Back Inc Shipment The Swing-out Seats “These are made tough!” hey really hold up to
Get Back got a nice shout out in this year’s annual HOUSES issue published by Fine Homebuilding. The Original Swing-Out Seat is featured in a
In the late 19th century, noting the functional inefficiencies of medical lighting, Dr. Otis C. White, a dental surgeon from Middlesex County, Massachusetts, designed his
Colorful sink manufacturer Whyte & Company put up a nice piece on how “small elements can make a big impact” in kitchen design, especially in