A gentleman’s most trusted travel companion, the hip flask is iconic. But we believe the classic design can be better. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and adhering to our core design values we decided to build our own. Tell us what you think of our finished design.
The Wingback Cash Wallet is a creation of contrasts – uniting the soft, natural qualities of premium Tuscan leather with the bold, man-made elegance of machined metal. Here we delve deeper into the making of our best-seller, the Wingback Cash Wallet.
As an experienced graphic designer, and as someone who’s been drawing for as long as she can remember, Kim maintains that her love of artistic creation stems from the joy and peace of mind brought to her when she’s working. When you look at one of her starry and silent nightscapes, it isn’t very difficult to imagine that being the case.
Anushka’s symbols and patterns often look as if they’ve been plucked straight from a science fiction or fantasy story. They hint at a world full of secrets and mysterious meaning, creating transcendent beauty out of abstract and organic forms - and her collaboration with Wingback is the perfect example of that.
The Wingback Card Holder encapsulates the pure design values we stand for: Useful. Minimal. Beautiful. From the leather, thread, etching and patina, every Wingback is unique. Every Wingback has its own story to tell. In a new series focusing on the story behind our designs, we reveal how and why the original Wingback Card Holder came to be.
Based in Richmond, Virginia, outdoor adventurist Osman Mansaray developed his talent under the tutelage of his father, who would take him to parks and show him how to draw trees and birds from a young age. While his work has retained a childlike sense of wonder at the natural world over the years, his skill has surely matured into that of a well-practiced craftsman.
A feast for your eyes, a heady brew for your palate, Jaipur is the jewel in India’s crown. We joined travel writer Sam Rider on a recent adventure to the Indian subcontinent to explore the Pink City in all its vibrant technicolour glory.
Give Kerby Rosanes some black ink and some white paper, and he’ll create for you a fantastical dreamscape full of mystery. At the age of 25, he’d even published several grown-up colouring books of his creations, with bewitching titles like Animorphia and Imagimorphia.