Friday, April 26, 2013

PaperWallet {Review}


I found a new company (well to me) and they make some pretty unique and interesting wallets. Not only are they eco-friendly, they let you explore the world of young and fresh artists. The company I'm talking about is Paper Wallet.

What is Paper Wallet all about?:
We are a bunch of young artists and creative entrepreneurs, and in 2007 our team set out to create the most comfortable wallet in the world: Thin. Expandable. Durable. Eco-friendly. A wallet that holds all of your stuff and fits nicely in whatever pocket you choose. That's what we were going for.
But making the perfect wallet simply wasn’t enough, so set out to find the some of the worlds most exciting artists to give the wallets fresh designs and to bring new life to the most basic accessory. We have collaborated with artists from over 15 countries around the world and we want to keep that growing.

The artwork you see on these wallets can make anyone's wallet awesome, but we also get a little window into who these artists are, what makes them tick, we get to share in their personality whenever we take out our wallets. That is what makes us tick. The best part of our job is finding new artists with something to say, and something to share.

About the artist and wallet I reviewed:

I received the H paper wallet. What I like about this product is it's eco-friendly, a neat conversation piece, and seems to be very durable for a wallet made of paper. I think this would make a great gift for anyone who appreciates art.




This wall can hold:
-2 credit cards
-2 business cards
-cash
-odds and ends in the 2 side pockets

What makes this piece stand out:
-water proof
-tear resistant
-expandable
-comfortable

 About the Artist:

Hadrien Delpeuch Hadrien Degay Delpeuch aka H is a French graphic designer born in 1987, living and working in Paris, in love with paper, typography and vectors. Starting as a street artist and studying graphic design, his work is a questioning about representation, with geometrical shapes and strange typography where visibility is not the goal of the minimalistic illustrations. It is the fusion of digital art and traditional printed graphic design. 


Check out more from PaperWallet:
Website
Facebook
Twitter 

Disclosure: I received products for the purpose of an honest review. I did not receive any form of monetary compensation. All opinions are 100% mine.

2 comments:

  1. I've seen these around! They look so cool, but my wallet can get kinda crowded.

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