PACT is a collection of leather cases, made by hand in the USA, precision-crafted without any thread or glue, and designed to compliment digital devices.

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bendelaney
bendelaney:


I am excited today to tell you all about a project I’ve been working on for the better part of this year! It’s called PACT.
My friend Darrin and I have formed a partnership centered around great design and built upon a highly principled foundation. Our first collection of products has been over 5 years in the making and reflects an uncommon refinement, a deep respect for the material, and an ethos of minimalism and simplicity that goes deep.
We have decided to pre-sell our initial collection via Kickstarter, so that we can acquire the specialized equipment necessary to produce it.
Specifically, we need lasers.
Because these pieces are pushing the edges of modern leather-craft in ways that no one else is doing, they require extreme precision to produce. You see, all five pieces in the collection are made using nothing but leather. No buckles, no clasps, no rivets or snaps. No stitching and no glue. Just leather—the best we can find, cut to sub-millimeter tolerances, and then carefully woven and folded together by hand to create fully integral cases.
We’re really proud of these and I would be honored if you’d give them a look over on Kickstarter.
Like any crowdfunding campaign, it’s critical that we get it in front of as many people as possible, especially in the early days. So I’m reaching out to my Tumblr friends to see if you’d help me spread the word. If you like what you see (and even if these aren’t the right product for you) it would mean the world to me if you’d share it with your friends and followers (or reblog this).
Thank you!! —Ben


(( co-founder reblog :P ))

bendelaney:

I am excited today to tell you all about a project I’ve been working on for the better part of this year! It’s called PACT.

My friend Darrin and I have formed a partnership centered around great design and built upon a highly principled foundation. Our first collection of products has been over 5 years in the making and reflects an uncommon refinement, a deep respect for the material, and an ethos of minimalism and simplicity that goes deep.

We have decided to pre-sell our initial collection via Kickstarter, so that we can acquire the specialized equipment necessary to produce it.

Specifically, we need lasers.

Because these pieces are pushing the edges of modern leather-craft in ways that no one else is doing, they require extreme precision to produce. You see, all five pieces in the collection are made using nothing but leather. No buckles, no clasps, no rivets or snaps. No stitching and no glue. Just leather—the best we can find, cut to sub-millimeter tolerances, and then carefully woven and folded together by hand to create fully integral cases.

We’re really proud of these and I would be honored if you’d give them a look over on Kickstarter.

Like any crowdfunding campaign, it’s critical that we get it in front of as many people as possible, especially in the early days. So I’m reaching out to my Tumblr friends to see if you’d help me spread the word. If you like what you see (and even if these aren’t the right product for you) it would mean the world to me if you’d share it with your friends and followers (or reblog this).

Thank you!! —Ben

(( co-founder reblog :P ))

designvanilla

designvanilla:

I normally steer clear of Kickstarter submissions; especially wallets, however this one is different. This companies method for crafting products can only be described as origami with leather, reducing material waste and creating quality products. Kudos. Find out more below. Funding starts tomorrow.

The PACT Wallet. One piece of leather. Nothing else. (more info here)

THANK YOU DESIGNVANILLA

The Portfolio. 

The PACT Portfolio enables you to carry your notebook computer, or just your sketchbook, in style. Precisely constructed of a single large piece of premium veg-tanned leather and accented with a tightly integrated strap, this piece is a joy to hold and carry and will last and be useful long after your computer has become obsolete.

Made by PACT.

Ok, here’s something fun. {{drumroll……}} 
The PactMark.
If you’re going to be picking up a PACT product during our upcoming Kickstarter, now’s the time to start playing with what you want your custom PactMark to be!
(If you have no earthly idea what that means you can read about it on our press page. Basically it’s a fun and interesting way that we are making our products much more personalized.)
Hey speaking of press… it will be critical to the success of our Kickstarter campaign to have as much of it (press) as possible in the initial days and weeks. If you are a blogger or writer who might be interested in featuring PACT — or if you know someone that might be — please do consider passing them a link to our website (http://pact.cm) and have them get in touch with us! Anything and everything will help. 
Now go make a cool PactMark! You can email yourself the link so you can remember it when the time comes. Or if you’re on Twitter, you can tweet it! 
Thanks y’all. 

Ok, here’s something fun. {{drumroll……}} 

The PactMark.

If you’re going to be picking up a PACT product during our upcoming Kickstarter, now’s the time to start playing with what you want your custom PactMark to be!

(If you have no earthly idea what that means you can read about it on our press page. Basically it’s a fun and interesting way that we are making our products much more personalized.)

Hey speaking of press… it will be critical to the success of our Kickstarter campaign to have as much of it (press) as possible in the initial days and weeks. If you are a blogger or writer who might be interested in featuring PACT — or if you know someone that might be — please do consider passing them a link to our website (http://pact.cm) and have them get in touch with us! Anything and everything will help. 

Now go make a cool PactMark! You can email yourself the link so you can remember it when the time comes. Or if you’re on Twitter, you can tweet it! 

Thanks y’all.