The design of Nik’s original Minimalist Wallets was inspired by origami. His inspiration for the Most Minimalist Minimal Wallet was sourced from a different wellspring: the purely decorative pockets on women’s slacks, which provide all of the style features of pockets without the major drawback—namely, feeling obliged to store objects in the pockets, the accumulation of which can lead to unsightly lumpiness in one’s pants.
“There is no way forward in crafting an object to be more minimal. The path to true minimalism is backwards so that one may remove unnecessary additions; this eventually achieves the ultimate realization, that of stasis. My goal was to invite the consumer back to a simpler time -- a time before currency and credit history existed -- and to provide the experience of life lived without identification. Literally -- as in, without government-issued ID.” - Nik
The Aeronaut 45 Main Compartment Tiny House comes completely furnished with a bed, sink, Ikea furniture, a sheepskin for practicing yoga, reading material (Carl Jung's The Red Book) and we even include the first week of groceries: a box of Cap'N Crunch and a bottle of Tito's Vodka.
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New! Cafe Bag for carrying Carl Jung's The Red Book!
Available for pre-order soon, the Cafe Bag for The Red Book is designed to allow you to carry The Red Book on a plane, to the park or grocery store, or on a first date or a job interview — anywhere that you might want to take a moment to delve into Jung's experiment with active imagination. It's also great for commuting via public transit: most folks will figure it's best to ignore you completely, but those who talk to you will definitely liven up what could be an otherwise boring day.