Sunday, April 22, 2012

Review: form function form

Off the bat, I want to thank Jeremiah from A Headlong Dive for including me in the Sartorial et al series which pulls together some of my favorite blogs for the purpose of reviewing a single item. Well this time around, Jeremiah introduced us to form function form where we got a chance to sample a few items from Shawn's company. Here's my review of the Architect's Wallet and Bow Shackle Bracelet.

As some of you might know, I'm very fond of my BillyKirk cardholder so I was a little hesitant when Shawn asked me to review his Architect's Wallet. But when he described that it comes with a Moleskine notebook and a Fisher Space Pen (both which I was already carrying around), I realized just how perfect it would be to consolidate these items into one pocket.

Overall, I'm very happy with the Architect's Wallet. I still use my cardholder as my official wallet but I use this one for my business cards and jotting down idea. It's like my portable creative kit.

The Bow Shackle Bracelet comes in many different combinations of colors but I obviously went with a Spiderman theme

Editor's Notes: Be sure to head on over to A Headlong Dive to see the other blogger's review of more goods from form function form


  1. Skip - the wallet looks great but...where does the money go? Would you carry it in your pocket or in a bag. Thanks!

  2. Hey John,
    The money slides in right in front of the moleskin (where you see the "F:" logo). I carry it in my pocket.
    Take care.

  3. I am on this bracelet like Spiderman's unitard! Love that it is avalable in custom sizes (for us big guys)! Well considered.

  4. Thanks for writing. I really like the Architect's Wallet. Think you could deal with it in your front pocket all day? I'm not a back pocket kind of guy. The business card idea is good though.

  5. I've had it in the front pocket for a while and it was pretty comfortable. I just recently switched it to the back.