Saturday & Sunday, December 8 th & 9th, 2018
10am – 6pm
2524 SE Division St
This winter, Superfab has again called on its favorite maker, artist and designer friends to conceive of original, limited edition and one-off pieces made from the off-cut and reject materials of our last year of work. Come the first weekend of December, all these items and more will be up for sale at a weekend-long pre-holiday party at our shop on SE 26th & Division Street. Proceeds from all sales will be split between the makers and this year’s chosen beneficiary, P:EAR. Join us to collect a cool thing or two for your house, your friends or yourself and take in some tasty food, festive drinks, and good vibes in the process.
Featuring original works by: Richard Koehler (FOLK), Evan Livingston & Anna-Jael Hotzel (Yellowboat Design Studio), Thomas C. Bradley, Matthew Philip Williams, Lee Croy (ALDC), Mel Flanagan, Megan Brevig & Trish Boyle (Baby Dear Harvest), plus Andy Powell, Dave Collins, Lissa Rasmussen, Colleen Stokes, Daniel Texada, Dave Suhay, Jack Harrison, and the rest of team Superfab.
Secondhand and ‘scratch and dent’ works will also be available courtesy of AK Studio, FOLK & ALDC.
Additional information available at www.superfabyardsale.co.
Superfab is a design lab and fabrication house founded on the premise that design thinking, experienced hands and new era tools – when working together – can yield meaningful new possibilities in the world. Founded in 2013, the endeavor has grown from a one man shop to a lean and effective group of 18 who consistently execute exceptional works for some of the most forward thinking designers and influential companies on the planet.
Learn more about our work at www.superfab.co.
p:ear has identified a strong model for helping people end their homelessness. p:ear assists youth to recognize themselves as strong and capable people, while providing them with supportive relationships and engaging opportunities.
Besides providing a foundation of food and safety for these youth through the Food and Kitchen Program, p:ear has 3 Main Areas of Focus: Education, Arts and Recreation. From interdisciplinary custom workshops and mentoring to our p:ear works job training programs (including the p:ear barista school, p:ear prints and the bike mechanic school), youth are guided through increasing levels of depth, engagement and responsibility, with an emphasis on the social, fiscal and practical skills that will serve them in their future.
Learn more about P:EAR at www.pearmentor.org.