The vast majority of wallets on the market are created by utilizing a series of rivets or stitches to keep the accessory together, but the 'Tsutumu' card case takes things in a different direction. Designed by Hirotaka Satoh, the wallet is delivered to the consumer in a flatpack form that needs to be folded into the shape required to keep your cards and cash tucked within. This creates a beautifully ornate final aesthetic that won't fall apart with daily use, while the fold lines will begin to patina and garner a rustic look with continued use.
The 'Tsutumu' card case has been chromatically designed in a wide array of different colors and speaks to the growing consumer demand for minimalistic style products as more shoppers shift away from fast fashion options.
Image Credit: Yanko Design
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