We’ve added 6 new wallets to our online shop! From the psychedelic and serious to the geometric and saccharine, there’s sure to be a wallet to tickle your fancy!
Each wallet is made of durable vinyl (double layer for extra strength), containing 3 slots for credit cards, a bill slot, and a change purse. Measuring 8.5″ x 3.75″ when open, each folds perfectly to fit in your pocket (4.25″ x 3.75″). All are limited edition, and online orders come with a matching badge/pin.
Graphic designer and illustrator Ed Davis hails from Melbourne, Australia. He is the co-editor and art director of VA Editions, a small publishing company based in Melbourne and Sydney. Among his many interests are Guinness, Dr. Who, Bad Brains, zines, drawing, coffee, Nag Champa, and secondhand books.
Neil Doshi makes graphics in Montreal with his dog Spirit. He is fond of grilled cheesed sandwiches, geodesic domes, and T.Rex. In his own words, “he can easily be found if you look within the spec of light in any dark corner.”
With a degree in Graphic Design from the University of Buenos Aires, Matias Vigliano has been a part of Doma Collective since 1998. He designs plush and vinyl dolls, limited edition posters, books, illustrations, and develops exhibitions and experimental projects with the group. A lover of illustration, animation, and design, he continues to create graphic universes, products, and unique art pieces influenced by movies, comics, and books.
James Gulliver Hancock is an international artist who crosses many mediums and borders. As his namesake ‘Gulliver’ suggests, James is constantly on the move, having been involved in artist projects and residencies around the world. His work is conceptually driven, and is concerned with confusions of perception and embracing personal subjectivity. Born to psychologist parents, he draws from an analysis of hypochondria, obsession, and hyper-awareness. Throughout this investigation, his work maintains a consistent charm, whimsy, and poetic graphic sensibility.
Fontaine Anderson graduated from the University of South Australia in 2004 with a degree in Visual Communications. She has studied at Parsons in New York and has created illustrations for Anna Sui, Elle magazine Holland, Yen magazine, Perks and Mini, Something by Natalie Wood, MAP London, Parallax, Harness Walker design, the State Opera Company, and the Environment and Protection Agency. Her work has appeared in the latest Curvy book, an Inkthis exhibition in London, and in zines across Europe, Japan, and Australia.
Biddy Maroney from Sydney, Australia, is half of Webuyyourkids, through which both she and her partner design posters, CD artwork, t-shirt graphics, animated videos, screen-prints, etc. Their work has been described as “Harsh Majical” and “Fresh As Fish In Restaurant.” She also works as a freelance illustrator, represented by The Jacky Winter Group. She describes her solo work as “Camp Goth” and “Anti-Optimism.” She likes boundaries.