Welcome to SteelPopShop where we redevise the already devised. Years of hanging around my Pop's shop eventually led to the inception of SteelPopShop. To understand where we are coming from with our work, allow us to share what we know to be true. Steel holds form. It brings structure to our environments. It protects us. It gets us where we want to go. It helps us fulfill our dreams. In a sense, it is the nature humans created from nature. We honor this thought by acknowledging that all extra steel bits, all cast offs, all pieces of misfits have a place.
At SteelPop, we create pieces that strive to illuminate the beauty of steel in its proudest found moment.
We see what must be - from what has already been.
Explore our pieces below.
Join us for Festive Fun & Shopping
Fetch Holiday Market
November 30th 10AM-6PM
December 1st 10AM-5PM
Denver Sports Castle
Pop Shop Creations
Interested in talking shop about one of our pieces? Contact us below.
All Fall Down
Get the Plumber
The Lady in Kryptonite
Roller Girl Geode
And one more
Square below Vase
EYe See You
Blue Circle Homage
gina e. cline
I come from an ancient tribe of pyramid builders. It's been a long time coming-and a long haul to get here. My road has had me falling through time, space and architecture. We are all architects are we not? We build our worlds; our lives. Some worlds are built for us. Some we build for others. And when we awake, we spend our time demolishing those worlds in order to rebuild our own. But we build nonetheless. And that is what I do with steel bits and bobs. I build because that is in my blood. I create because I must. It is the never ending YES! that burns deep in all of us. The YES! that we are here. I appreciate you stopping by.
The raw. The real. Redevised steel reminds me of these simple truths-and essence of self. My bent is to show the beauty of steel in all of its ages of life.
forrest w. cline
From a very young age, I've been drawn to steel-mainly in the Ford variety. Perhaps defined most perfectly by a '32 coupe. Creating/creativity is an everyday occurrence for me; it is a way of being in the world. If I don't have it and I need it, I make it out of any material readily available. That is the challenge. That is the goal.
Don Quixote wasn't deterred by the obstacles of dragons. In truth, he ran towards them. The fact that the dragons were merely windmills doesn't matter much because he still met his challenge head on. It's in the doing-that matters.
Let's do this.