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Inventery

Design | August 30, 2017 |

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INVENTERY
CONNOISSEURS OF REFINED GOODS

 

INVENTERY is an independent design house specializing in the design and manufacturing of refined goods and stationery products.
They obsess in quiet madness over the small details, and seek taste and sophistication in modern life.

 

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They are based in Los Angeles, built from the ground up – designer turned product developer and brand. They value brand experience the most at their core, and every aspect of the brand from the identity, packaging, photography, and product design/development is done in-house. They work with their overseas manufacturers very closely to ensure quality products and packaging production. And their long term goal is to build and redesign a modern stationery brand.

 

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Mechanical Pen
Their Mechanical Pen is precision machined from a single brass rod to achieve a unibody construction. Be prepared for a silent click, the pen is outfitted with an all brass click mechanism by Schmidt, not your standard plastic part. Built for quality, because some tools are meant to last a lifetime. Each marked with an individual serial number and covered by a lifetime warranty.

 

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Notebook
A good notebook only needs to be simple, to catalogue ideas and to create systems out of chaos. That is why they designed the Construction Notebook starting from its grid – a grid to contain all configurations and dimensions of thought. And once in a while, a bit of brilliance.

 

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Bi-fold Wallet
The classic bi-fold wallet with a money clip – revived with matte microfiber fabric and treated hardware for a modern, streamlined look and feel. They designed their Bi-fold Wallet as the keeper of your daily essentials, a journeyman tool for the urban dweller.

 

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