We preserve historical landmarks through outreach, restoration, and research.
Preserving history is at the forefront of our adventures, community outreach, and rehabilitation projects. Based out of Northwest Indiana, the Decay Devils have gone from playing in to actively restoring abandoned buildings. Through our travels, we’ve discovered that some of Earth’s greatest treasures are in danger of being reclaimed by nature. We aim to protect and restore these monuments with our landmark preservation efforts, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Preserving history takes linked hands, charitable donations, and a shared vision. Learn more about the Decay Devils and find out how you can help with our landmark preservation efforts.
In the News…
Save the date! Join the Decay Devils on September 14th, 2019 from 11am – 6pm for the very first Gary Love Fest. Free to the public, this highly anticipated arts and music festival celebrates the arts and raises awareness about the importance of landmark preservation.
Join us on Phase 1 to unite Gateway Park and Union Station! This clean up event will pave the way for future beautification efforts and programming. We will pick up debris and do some light landscaping around the Land Company House. Food will be provided. Please RSVP for the cleanup today!
Photography by the Decay Devils will be on display in the Urban Legends series titled Haunts. Curated by John Cain, this exhibit will run from February 8th through April 21st, 2019, with an artist reception on Sunday, March 3, 2019 from 1-3 PM. Admission is free.
The New York Times paints an honest yet hopeful portrait of the Union Station and the dreams we have for our beloved landmark.
Find out what ideas are floating around for Phase 2 of the Union Station.
We spotted something strange a local abandoned motel.
Decay Devils inducted as new Team Members into The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana.
Decay Devils on Chicago’s WGN News.
All photography provided by Decay Devils.