Industrial Art, Sculpture & Curios by Get Back, Inc. All of our products are made in America from the highest quality materials and built with superior craftsmanship. When we opened our doors eighteen years ago, our mission was to revitalize and re-purpose our finds into authentic Industrial Functional Art. Our Industrial Art, Sculpture & Curios create a true cabinet of curiosities! Here you will see a miscellany of our most unusual, unclassifiable pieces. A polished-aluminum mixing blade from a paper mill becomes sculpture reminiscent of Constantin Brâncuși you might find at MoMA in New York City. Mahogany bobbins from an industrial loom are re-imagined as an original geometrical work of art. Ceramic foundry crucibles make highly original planters like the hand-chiseled granite planters from 19th century Japan. We are always finding new and unusual one-of-a-kind treasures that would serve as the ultimate functional Industrial Art, Sculpture & Curios, and we are proud to have supplied pieces to The Guggenheim Museum and The Dorchester Hotel to name a few. The items on this page reflect a sampling of what we have to offer, please Contact Us with any requests you can dream up!
Industrial Blade Sign - The Deco Blade Sign is a combination of steel and cast iron in a distinctive triangular design. Marked by the use of bold geometric forms and industrial materials, Art Deco of the early-20th century influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, cars, movie theaters, trains, ocean liners, and everyday objects such as radios and vacuum cleaners.
Blade signs—also known as projecting signs or flag-mount signs—are a great solution where facade space is at a premium. They typically mount directly to the building, perpendicular to walkways and streets. These signs are the perfect way to attract foot traffic into your establishment and the Deco Blade Sign will stand out in the crowd.
Sign Surface Area — 5" x 20" (length customizable)
Base Plate — 4" x 10"
Length — 26" (customizable)
Measuring 46 in. x 46 in. x 8 in. and made entirely from reclaimed pine and mahogany spindles from a textile factory, Tim Byrne crafted this original piece titled "Point of View." The precise sizing and arrangement form a constellation that rewards being viewed from multiple perspectives and creates a mesmerizing dialog with light.
Antique Chart of The Muscular System by Gustave H. Michel - "Chart of the Muscular System with its Arterial and Nervous Relations" by Gustave H. Michel, M. D., B. Sc. Published by Dr.G.H.Michel & Co. 3808 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, O., U.S.A. Copyrighted 1910 in Europe and America. "London Agent H. K. Lewis 136 Gower St. London W C., England. Branded with a sticker - "Sold by Chicago Apparatus Co. Chicago USA" Chart measures 43" x 32", pole measures 33". On sale at half price through the end of the year. Will be shipped in extra thick cardboard tube complimentary within the contiguous United States.
“KWIKPRINT Gold Stamping Machine – The Kwikprint Company Inc, Chicago ILL USA.” Originally used as a gold stamping machine, now serves as an ideal cast iron and steel TV stand. TV can swivel 90 degrees to each side and cables can run through the inside of the pipe. Base measures 24" x 16 3/4", stand is 47 1/4" in height and 33" in overall depth.
Wire Elephant Sculpture In Progress. Artist & Date Unknown. Approx 20" in height overall. Mounted to steel pole connected to stand. Ready to display and love. Shipping complimentary. We are here to help need be. Click Add to Cart to purchase.