26.10.09 by Jeff

Spacetime

The folks at Poketo teamed up with Kitsune Noir for a collection called Spacetime and they were nice enough to send over some goodies!

poketo spacetime kitsune noir wallets

These four wallets were designed by Mike Perry, Cody Hudson, Damien Correll, and Andy J. Miller.


poketo spacetime kitsune noir wallets

poketo spacetime kitsune noir wallets

poketo spacetime kitsune noir wallets

poketo spacetime kitsune noir wallets

I stuck this in the ‘design’ section for the heck of it.

There are tees and wall decals too! Peek at them, here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • These are so cool- I cant even pick a favourite!!

    • yea they are all pretty cool, i really like Cody Hudson’s.

  • I love the little badge that comes with each one!

  • Maya

    Love, LOVE the Greedy Hen and Mel Kadel wallets from the site.

  • Dóra

    this is really great.

  • Ashley

    you should do a giveaway!
    I would love to take one off your hands ;)

  • these are lovely (:
    I’m thinking about buying one..

  • this is awesome!

  • Mari

    they are really cool! ima get myself one! :D

  • Lukas

    Like the covers but for me its not good design, because its nice looking gadget then wallet.





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