The diminutive Dosh sets a new standard in accessory minimalism with its artist- designed wallets.
November 19th, 2009
The super slim Dosh is a ‘unisex-sory’ designed by Blue Sky Design, manufactured in Sydney and conceived to slip in the pocket with ease, liberating its owners from bulky pocket bulges.
Its flip-open form stores three or six cards snugly and features a stainless steel clip for cash.
The durable wallets are made from polymer desmopan designed to be waterproof, all whilst being made from recyclable materials.
In keeping with their unique design focus, Dosh have collaborated with contemporary artists to launch a series of inspired wallets using the wallet as the canvas.
Renowned street and studio artist Kill Pixie composed a work of wallet art – hand painting 50 pieces to create a mosaic of individual designs that make up a whole, auctioned via twitter earlier this month.
Meanwhile, British artist, French, created a gothic line work design ‘Batlove’ inspired by the bats hanging from the trees of Sydney’s Botanic gardens.
ksubi-collaborator Stefan Marx and Jonathan Zawada’s colourful graphic pieces are also available through the online store.
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