A minimalist money clip style wallet that’s versatile and built to outlast. It’s made from a single piece of full grain vegetable-tanned leather, dyed by hand, and riveted or stitched so it can withstand years of everyday use.
Once broken in, it easily fits 6 cards and a wad of cash. Don’t carry cash? You can use the Cash Band as a second quick access card slot.
Post colonialism and the search for identity brings together nine artists and their works conceived, in order to express the local and international situation of humanity. In their multidisciplinary practice, they look at the displacement and oppression faced by minorities. Post colonialism, the historical period or state of affairs representing the aftermath of Western colonialism is reevaluated by the artists. They intent to reclaim and rethink the history and the status of people subordinated under various forms of imperialism. They express the loss of identity and the infinite search for a belonging. They also explore the kind of dreams, hallucinations and psychological symptoms endured by the affected populations.