Leather minimalist wallet

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Leather minimalist wallet

25.00

I decided to make these wallets for two reasons.

 

First, I wanted to find a way to make low priced, functional sculpture.  Second, I wanted to make something that helps simplify life.  Why not start with my back pocket?

 

If you’re like me, a traditional wallet gets overloaded full of stuff and before you know if your leg is falling asleep when sitting in the car.  This wallet fits 4 cards, maybe 5 if you really cram them in there.  I’ve been using it for the past year, and I find I rarely need more than a business card, driver’s license, and a debit card.  

 

A few words about the material and construction: I use veg-tanned leather hides, and cut them to shape and place the design with a laser cutter.  I then rivet the pieces together, apply a tan coloring and finish it with Sno-Seal beeswax waterproofing.  Because the leather has variations in thickness and composition, the color is slightly different between the wallets.

 

The flying heart design is a variation of my grandfather’s ranch brand from Waco, TX.

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