Check out your Mac’s desktop for a second. You probably made a half-hearted attempt to organize your digital life, and as a result, it’s probably full of lots of folders with confusing names containing random data. Add one more blue folder to the pileup without labels, but this one is pocket-sized.
A fun IRL homage to the one thing preventing your Apple computer from descending into complete digital chaos, this folder icon wallet was designed by New York-based artist and designer Nikolas Bentel. However, you won’t be able to give it a haphazard name to remember what’s inside.
In fact, the Untitled Folder Wallet has three distinct compartments, each of which can store up to four credit cards, driver’s licences, other plastic cards, or a combination of other small items like receipts, business cards, and paper currency.
Vegan leather was used in its construction so that no animals were harmed for the sake of humor; the leather has a duotone sheen that mimics the macOS icon’s three-dimensional appearance, and it has matching stitching. You can’t get rid of it, but you can misplace it; perhaps in the future, there will be a model with a pouch on the outside to store an AirTag. However, there is a small chance that will occur, as Bentel only intends to sell 500 of these online. To get one, you’ll need $49 and the willingness to wait five to six weeks for production and shipping.
Check it out or buy the wallet here.