A small operation, fueled by the desire to return thoughtful work to the finished object. Goods made in New York on a Depression-era Singer using domestically produced canvas.
Sailcloth sourced from local Bronx boatyards, waxed canvas from nearby New Jersey fabric mills, and hardware from Army surplus supplies across America.
Each piece, grown out of necessity, takes on the patina of wear. Each material is a conscious part of the functional lifespan of the end product.