A PASSION FOR URBAN ART
DRIP’IN is a team of artists, designers and thinkers eager to reconcile their passion for street art and their desire for social engagement
What drives us are the encounters and the sincerity of the relationship with our clients, artists and partners. It is together that we collectively undertake to create this bridge between what seduces us on the street and what nourishes our daily lives, inside our home.
The Drip’in team is a hard core of passionate designers and street artists who bring street art into our living spaces and commit to associations working with the most vulnerable people.
Artists, craftsmen, creators, associations, designers, clients, all the people from all walks of life that we meet every day help us, each in their own way, to evolve.
From these encounters are born friendships, collaborations, creation and a tremendous desire to undertake and carry this project.
The values of sharing, exchange, co-construction and commitment to solidarity transport us, encourage us and make us dream big.
Our objects are made of the same materials as those on which artists paint.
For example, our trains are developed in ceramic, in reference to the tiles of the world’s subways.
Our lithographs are made of stainless steel, like the train sets, technical boxes and doors.
Finally, our furniture are made of wood, concrete, glass and steel, and we mix materials for unique assemblies.
This choice of materials is not only a nod to our artist friends, but also an ecological choice. Indeed, we try not to use plastic in our processes as well as our products.
This leads to increased complexity as our materials are technical to work with, but we believe it is our duty to work out solutions and respect our commitment.
DRIP’IN’S COMMITMENT TO SOLIDARITY
The associations benefit from an additional financial contribution that we pay to them after the sale of the editions.
If money is obviously essential, we are also animated by the contribution of art in the associations’ premises.
Indeed, we are convinced that adding urban art on these particular walls is a simple, positive, inspiring and inspiring way to connect the links between the residents of the centres and the community.
THE TEAM AND FRIENDS
This adventure could not exist without its hard core of friends like Olivier, Jeremy, Ben, Li, Nacim, Sylvain, Estée, Baptiste, Arnaud, Laurence, Camille and all the artists Cez’Art, Frenemy, Demais, Simple Bao, SubyOne, Knitter Esther and Zdey who trust us, accompany and carry us.
This trust honours us and invites us to surpass ourselves, for the greatest happiness of all.