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  • "Radiant Totem" by Damion Silver

      We're pleased to introduce a new design from long-time collaborator Damion Silver (iPhone, iPad). We got a chance to ask Damion for a bit of insight into his process... Please give us a brief bio and description of your background as an artist. I grew up in Connecticut and got into skateboarding when I was around 11. I always drew as a kid, was always into art and music. I took Intro To Design in IA Class in high school and that kind of set my path, screen printing shirts and selling them at contests and such. I started showing work in the early 90's in cafes and galleries, lots of photo work initially followed by more paintings. What medium do you prefer to work in? My latest work is collage and assemblage based, lots of found objects, paper goods and such. I mix my character totem-esq drawings in along with other words and doodles. I have been bringing back these faces I have been drawing forever. They are like little meditations on people and places. The work is always changing and evolving. I really enjoy working with a mixed bag of things. Old paper, spray paint, ball point pens, photo copy transfers, acrylics, then using some technology too. Laser etching and digital prints. What's in your artists toolkit A band saw, table saw, compound miter saw, wood glue, all kinds of paint, lots of found wood and signs, silk screens, boxes of paper, wood carving knives. My favorite new tool is a blow torch. Experimenting with that now. It's fun. What's your work space like? My space is now in the basement of my house. My wife says its a "man cave" but I like "studio." Two large tables, full wood shop, screen printing turntable, piles of wood and records, empty beer bottles and lots of pieces in the works. Can you walk us through your typical work day? During the week I do the nine to five as a Design Director so that's alot of meetings, drawings and problem solving. After nine I get in the studio and work for a few hours. On the weekend it's me kicking it with my kid, hitting up flea markets in the good weather and when he naps I get in the studio and work. I guess I'm constantly trying to create things with my kid, at work or in the studio. Who are some of your influences? Artistically, Rauschenberg has always amazed me. Early 90's (Adam) Cost and Revs in NYC, and Dondi White. His work is just timeless. Personally it would be my grandfather. He was the most influential person in my life. He was not an artist or anything. Just a solid guy. I still try to rise up and be like him. Miss ya Gramps! Does music influence your work? If so, what are some of your favorites? Oh for sure. It feeds the creative process. I have been blindly buying records as of late. Some new good stuff I've been listening to has been Mahavishnu Orchestra, Buddy Miles and Santana, Richard Pryor, Shuggie Otis. Hendrix will always be at the top. It all depends on the mood. Some Classic BDP, Primus, Iron Maiden. Lots of new metal like Priestess, Witch, Electric Wizard. I'm all over the place musically. What would your dream project be? A big public installation using objects and iconography from the surrounding area for a park or maybe a museum courtyard. That would be a great project, leaving something behind that outlasts me. Finally, what advice would you give to a young artist? Stay the course, have fun, experiment. Don't let people tell you what your work needs to be like, just do what feels good. If you are looking to show work in galleries find spaces where you respect the artists they show and reach out to them.
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  • Introducing "Submarine" by Ryan Chapman

    The hits just keep on coming! We're pleased to introduce "Submarine", a new design from England-based illustrator Ryan Chapman. Chapman works in a variety of mediums including paint, vector, and plasticine figures. Ryan was able to give us a bit of insight into his work and process. Please give us a brief bio and description of your background as an artist. Ryan Chapman : I've always drawn as far as i can remember. I don't come from an art family but I do remember my mother painting our walls in chalkboard paint so me and my brother could draw on the walls. When I left school I applied to study graphic design at college but I was told I had to get the right grades from school to be accepted. When I got my results they were not good enough, so I decided to just go along on the first day of college anyway as I had nothing to lose. They did a call sheet and at the end asked if anyone had not been called out. A few other people put up their hands, me included. Four years later I finished with a dagree in illustration. What other jobs have you done outside of the fine art world? RC : After graduating I worked in advertising in London, then spent a good few years living and traveling all over the world, doing a range of design and non-design related jobs including surf instructor, furniture removal man, graphic designer and product designer. What tools are in your toolkit? RC: I use a lot of solid bold colours when i paint so i really enjoy cell vinyl paint. Its thick and drys quickly, but the results are the best. What's your work space like?  RC: I used to share a beautiful old top floor warehouse space in Estonia. It was a great space I shared with a group of designers, film makers and musicans. The summers were amazing, but the winters in Estonia would reach - 20°, so it got a little chilly. I'm now living back in London and working from a small but cozy studio/home pod. Can you walk us through your typical project process? RC: I start with my sketch book which I carry everywhere. I usually look through it for ideas and sketches, things that i scribbled roughly and forgot about. Then from there it's onto the computer or paint. What are some of your influences?  RC: Forests, the ocean, waves, shapes, traveling, airports, surfing, boats, instruments, people living simply in order to stay creative. Do you create to music? If so, what's currently on your playlist? RC: Currently on my playlist is Wild Nothing, Serge Gainsbourg, Slayer, M83, Nick Drake. What's on the horizon?  RC: I have just been taken on by YCN London agency for my illustration commissions. I'm currently in the process of creating a modern and simplistic version of the 'Ship in a Bottle.' It's a tricky process, but the end result should be eye-catching and something I hope to release in a limited edition. I'm also working on a range of landscape posters based on surf locations I visited on my recent trips to Australia and California. Do you have a dream project? RC: I would love to write and illustrate a childrens book based on a small Turtle that loses his shell. That's all I have for now.  Finally, do you have any advice for upcoming artists?  RC: Draw. Try not to look too much at what others are doing (it just makes you sad) and introduce yourself and your work to as many companies and people as possible. You never know where it might lead.
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  • "Two Birds" iPad 2 case now available!

    Many of you have asked us when Mike Klay's popular design "two birds" will be available for our iPad 2 case, and the answer is now! His design has been a long time favorite on our bamboo iPhone 4 cases. The intricate branches look even better stretching across our leather iPad cover. Check out the short interview with Mike below and be sure to browse his other work at PowerSlideDesign. Please give us a brief bio and description of your work. I'm originally from San Jose, CA and currently reside in Seattle where it doesn't rain as often as people may think. I design and silk screen art prints and concert posters. My work consists of sleek patterns, rough textures and vector shapes without complicating things.  I also take on other freelance projects to keep things fresh. What inspires you?  The great outdoors.  Nothing gets the brain flowing more than open spaces with views. What medium do you prefer to work in?  I'm a vector man, Illustrator is my friend.   What's in your artists toolkit? A sketchbook, pencils, pens, a macbook & iMac, some emulsion, screens, ink & squeegees. What's your work space like? I print in my garage, pack tubes with prints in my basement, and draw everywhere else. Can you walk us through your typical work day? Not really.  Every day is different.  I do have a day job though, so that's pretty much the same Monday-Friday. Who are some of your influences? My fellow poster artists on gigposters.com.  Some of the most talented individuals creating art on the planet right now. Does music influence your work? If so, what are some of your favorites? As a seasoned concert poster artist, I usually ask myself just one question before starting on a design for a certain band. What does the music look like? If I follow this recipe, I usually end up creating something that works really well.  Bloc Party w/Menomena (19" x 25" 3-Color Screenprint) What piece/project are you most proud of and why? It always ends up being my most current project or print.  I guess that's what keeps me going in a forward direction. What would your dream project be? Finishing my Music City series of prints.  4 out 12 completed.  After that, I can start thinking about something new. "Electric Beat" from the Music City series (24" x 18" 2-Color Screenprint) What's on the horizon? Printing just got a little easier now that I bought a semi-automatic press.  Less trips to the massage therapist! If you could have one super power, what would it be? The ability to clone myself to do 2 things at once. Finally, what advice would you give to a young artist? Only create art if you're passionate about it.  Don't listen to anyone else, the only opinion that matters is your own.  
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  • Hand-rubbed Natural Finishes

        Apple products are so clean and shiny with perfect looking materials such as anodized aluminum and glass.  Pretty much when you take em out of the box for the first time they get damaged or scratched and we groan “arrrgggghh”.  They instantly degrade and slowly get worse and worse over time.  We buy cases for these products because we don’t want that to happen.  The Grove way of thinking is the total opposite where our products are made of natural imperfect materials and they are supposed to wear gracefully with time and get better, not worse!        Typically, mass produced wood products are sprayed with a laquer or polyurethane clear coat which gives the wood a plastic layer of protection.  While being the most efficient and protective way of finishing wood, quite often it results in a plasticky look which I object to.  Covering up the wood with plastic to give it properties that are not wood like is strange to me.  Why use wood in the first place if you want it to be plastic?  From my many years of building custom furniture www.tomitadesigns.com I have always preferred hand rubbed natural oil finishes.  Oil finishes penetrate and go into the wood, rather than on top.  They bring out the beauty of the grain and still allow you to feel the material for what it is because it is inside, not outside the material.  It allows the material to be what it is and be true to itself.  In the long run an oil finish will hold up better than a plastic clearcoat.  Clearcoats scratch easier and can yellow or peel in time and are near impossible to repair yourself.  Oil finishes get better with age and can be reapplied if necessary by amateurs.       At Grove we use a 4 step proprietary process for finishing our bamboo products.  Some of the ingredients in our process are tung oil, special aged linseed oil, beezwax, pure citrus solvent, pine rosin, sunflower oil, soybean oil, thistle oil, carnauba wax, and candelilla wax.  The oil has to be rubbed in by hand and then buffed out.   The result of all this tedious hand work is a finish that will patina gracefully with time.  As you touch it your hand oils will darken the finish similar to how leather darkens with use.  Many people love the smell too, primarily from the pure citrus solvent which smells like orange peels!  If you are lucky you will get a case hand finished by my mom. She does about half of them herself!          The laborious process of hand rubbed oil finishing requires a full day waiting between coats which slows down our production time and increases our costs significantly.  However, the aesthetic beauty is superior and the concept behind an oil finish are well worth the extra effort.  We hope that with Grove products you will think differently than with the original Apple product and appreciate the unique patina created by the passage of time.  Instead of being disappointed with the constant degradation and separation from perfection lets be at peace with natural aging.   written by Ken
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  • Birdland Now Available for iPad2!

    Sven Palmowski has been part of Grove since the very beginning with his iconic design "birdland". Originally available on our bamboo iPhone cases, you can now decorate your iPad 2 with his design laser engraved into our magnetic leather cover. I've been following Sven's work for several years now after discovering his incredible t-shirt designs. He is one of the most prolific illustrators I know, make sure to checkout his full portfolio! Sven was kind enough to answer a quick interview, learn what inspires this ink master below. Please give us a brief bio and description of your work? I´m a German-born, Spain-based illustrator, I studied fine arts back in the nineties and I´m freelancing ever since. I would describe my work as linwework-based and a little bit Pop Surrealism-driven:) What inspires you?  Objects, old stuff, music, movies, even street art... What medium do you prefer to work in?  Pen, ink and Photoshop. What's in your artists toolkit? Pen, ink, Photoshop and coffee. What's your work space like? Pretty clean, bright and spacey, I´m not the messy kind of artist, actually I´m more the "bureaucratic" kind of artist. Can you walk us through your typical work day? Coffee, Pen, Ink, Photoshop, TV, bed. Who are some of your influences? Some German artists from the 1920s, George Grosz, Otto Dix, etc..., Dada, Francis Bacon maybe... some of the contemporary "Pop Surrealsm" illustrators... Does music influence your work? If so, what are some of your favorites? It does ...The Radio Dept, Andrew Bird, Crystal Castles, Dawes, Joy Division, Lykke Li, Modest Mouse, New Order, Sufjan Stevens, The Smiths, The Stranglers, etc, etc... What piece/project are you most proud of and why? While we are here at grove, "Birdland" is def. one of them. What would your dream project be? I´d like to do more Gig posters for bands I love... What's on the horizon? Summer! Sitting on a beach, on the horizon there are only a few boats and seagulls... If you could have one super power, what would it be? That is one popular question, haha:)  ...Being the "Questionator" of course... Finally, what advice would you give to a young artist? Does that mean I´m no longer being considered a young artist myself? Haha, kidding, of course I´m not...  Patience is important, I had to wait until I was 30 before I started to get real illustration jobs... so take it easy:)
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  • First ship day!

    Hooray! We are proud to announce that we shipped our first iPad 2 cases today right on schedule.  We've been working long and hard day and night to get these in your hands.  First ship day represents a "grand opening" of sorts if we were a brick and mortar store.    I feel like a little kid again on these big ship days. Can't wait for you guys to see our newest creation! Thanks for being so patient and supporting artisan made products.  -Ken
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  • iPad 2 case fit

    Were really stoked about our fit system for our iPad 2 case.  Joe and I have been tinkering with iPad concepts for a year and kept an eye on what is out there and what people are looking for.  We found that there were many complaints about iPads falling out of some cases, mostly due to designs which rely on rubber corner pads.  I'm not sure but I'm suspecting the rubber compressed over time and no longer had the friction that it once had.   We wanted to come up with a system that was A) foolproof: iPad would never ever fall out accidentally and B) easy to get in and out and C) looks good (ya know- thats how we roll). Now, its not as easy as you think to fulfill both criteria since they tend to counteract each other. Also, I don't like designs where you can see some kind of mechanism that holds your iPad in place- I'm more for "magical" (to borrow the word from Apple) systems where you cant really see how its done but its just done.   After much trial and error we came up with an elegant solution which we call our "pressure fit design".  Basically it relies on compression but when the iPad is in the case its locked underneath a lip, meaning that it cannot fall out even if you "etch a sketch" it.  Hard to explain, best to watch the video!  By the way we do all the video work ourselves.  Joe made the video and I'm the hand model. DIY baby!  -Ken
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  • iPad 2 Case Official Launch!

    We're happy to announce that our iPad 2 case is online and ready for purchase. Yay! Joe and I had been tinkering with iPad case ideas since the first iPad came out and made several prototypes which we never brought to market.  We used bamboo of course and even made an all leather version.  Those failed prototypes are a necessary step to any healthy design process.    Our approach is to start with the product, think about how it is used and design from the ground up to make the best possible accessory out of natural materials.  The more we refined our ideas the more we gravitated towards the mixing of soft and hard materials for their specific advantages.     When the iPad 2 came out we were shocked with the introduction of the integrated Apple Smart Cover.  Apple obviously is really pushing the cover and the functionality offered not only by the multiple positions it can hold but the automatic on/off capability.  We decided after much debate that we should re-design our case to take advantage of those features even at the cost of delaying our release.  Form follows function here at Grove and we are very happy with the final design!   BTW, check out these rad pictures taken by Joe.  He is the man!  -Ken  
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  • Introducing the Grove iPad 2 Case!

      We're excited to announce two new iPad 2 accessories to join our handcrafted bamboo iPhone4 cases. Our iPad 2 case merges a bamboo back and a customizable leather smart cover and is now available for pre-order. The cover is made of American vegetable tanned leather and incorporates magnets which automatically wake the iPad 2 when it is opened and puts it to sleep when closed.  Panels of bamboo veneer give the leather cover structure and allow you to prop the iPad 2 up for typing or viewing. The cover has a soft Ultrasuede lining to help keep the iPad's screen clean and free of fingerprints.  For added style, we offer laser engraving on the case's leather cover. You can select from a constantly expanding artist series featuring fresh and original artwork from around the world, or get hands-on and upload your own custom art. We'll also be offering a lighter natural leather color which will have great contrast when engraved allowing you to upload even black and white photos.  Here at Grove, we're stoked about our new product and are sweating the smallest of details. We want to blow your mind with the quality and design of our new iPad 2 case. 
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  • iPad 2!!!

    Apple announced the iPad 2 today and it is SUWEEET!  I was most surprised by how incredibly thin it is at .34" which is shockingly even thinner than the iPhone 4.  Here at Grove we have been developing an iPad case for the past 6 months.  We chose to wait for the iPad 2 to reveal our revolutionary design.  With a solid bamboo back and genuine leather front cover, the Grove iPad 2 case continues the Grove tradition of quality and innovation. Carefully crafted with quality materials here in Portland, Oregon by the Grove Team, our direct accountability to our customers ensures a better product that is ethically made. The case mirrors the full function of the apple case by allowing a typing mode and viewing mode as well. Both the vegetable tanned leather and hand rubbed oil finished bamboo will age gracefully like fine furniture. Once again, we have engineered as thin of a design as possible using natural materials to compliment the slender new iPad 2. We will also be launching a series of bamboo skins for the iPad 2 [pictured above].  Available plain, custom, or artist series the skins work very well with the Apple Smart Covers if you so choose. Made from real bamboo veneer with a natural oil finish, protect and customize the back of your new iPad 2 with a Grove skin! Sign up for pre-orders here. 
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  • Planet Fire by Add Fuel to the Fire

      Checkout this sick character-creator iPhone App from Grove artist Add Fuel to the Fire. Mix and match the top/middle/bottom parts to create your own creature. Share your creation on the Grove Facebook wall and the creature with the most likes by February 15th 5PM PST will win Diogo's "Flipside" bamboo iPhone4 case. "PLANET FIRE allows you to create, save and share images with the artwork of Diogo Machado (add fuel to the fire), whilst rocking to the beats of Dj Ride. All this thanks to the magical development skills of André Assalino." <<< Click to download >>>
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  • "Grizzly Bird" by Option-G

    The newest bamboo art piece, "Grizzly Bird" by Option-G, stands tall at 18" height. I've been working with Cole for several years now and have collaborated with him on several other awesome projects. Cole's super unique illustration style provides a fresh perspective on this overdrawn subject matter.  Checkout these great little bamboo birds which are available on Cole's site. Cole's work is also featured on my other site, engrave your book, which sells leather Moleskine notebook covers. The piece below is called "blackbird" and has some interesting elements hiding in the branches.  Cole has a enormous portfolio of his work which you should check out at www.option-g.com Word on the street is that he's ditching LA and moving to Portland, OR this month. I'm excited to have Cole in town to bounce ideas off.  -Joe
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  • Grove in Graphics Alive 2!

    We just received our copy of Graphics Alive 2 here at Grove HQ and are stoked that our product is a featured project! Graphics Alive is a diverse collection of design projects ranging from iphone cases to architecture. They featured Grove artist Flavio Melchiorre's, case design. Checkout more information about Flavio and his design here. We're honored to be a part of this wonderfully curated collection.  More about Graphics Alive 2: "Graphics envelope us as we go about our daily lives and act almost as a living medium through which we define and extend our personas. From the clothes we wear to the walls we sleep within to the accessories and household items we use, graphics are adaptable elements that are fully integrated with our lives, Graphics Alive urges the reader to ponder this omnipresence of graphics around us. From big to small this book surveys a wide spectrum of projects encompassing all design discipline. Contributors include: Chillichilly, eBoy, fuseproject, House Industries, Jeremyville, Klaus Happaniemi, Naughtyfish, Rinzen, Viagrafik, Zedz and many more." - Joe
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  • Happy Holidays from Grove!

      We'd like to thank everyone for their patience and support this year! We've done our best to reduce lead times while constantly improving the quality of our product. As we are no longer guaranteeing new case orders in time for Christmas, we'd like to offer a special gift with all gift card purchases. We designed a bamboo holiday card which transforms into a 3D ornament to place on your desk or mantle. Checkout the stop motion animation we made below!  Happy Holidays!  -Joe
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  • Bamboo Wall Art Series

    Breakout from the rectangle!  We’re excited to launch a completely new product line, our bamboo wall art series.  We believe the soul of Grove is art and we are excited to bring it into your home.  Laser cut from ¼” - ⅜” bamboo ply at 300 dpi, the incredible detail and warmth of art on wood is a perfect stocking stuffer.  Brought to you with special introductory pricing starting at just $30! Available at 3 different pricepoints, the wall art is limited quantity so get yours soon.  They are just cool and liven up your space!  We will  be releasing a new art piece bi-weekly so stay tuned!  -Ken
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  • Best Party Ever

    Thank you to everyone who braved the rain to support us at our open house!  We had a great turnout and I feel it was a smashing success.   It was really great meeting our fans and answering whatever questions they may have.  Many people were mesmerized by the laser demo.  Every now and then, even I will stop and think... the laser is so freaking cool! Looked like people of all ages were enjoying the show! Makes me feel fortunate that we have enough supporters (you guys) to keep us all employed, having fun making your stuff.  Cant wait for the next one! -Ken
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  • Grove Open House

    Come meet the Grove Team at our semi-annual open house. We will have product on display, exciting new collaborations, prizes and promotions, lots of pictures and videos, and free beer! The rest of the building is full of artists and designers too so its always been a fun event overall. Hope to see ya there!   -Ken  
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  • Pumpkin Contest Winner!

    Thanks for playing everyone.  We had an incredible 123 participants.  Fun fun fun.   Drumrolllllllll..............   Grove Holloween Contest Winner from Joe Mansfield on Vimeo.
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  • Happy Halloween!

    Happy Halloween friends!  We posted a contest on Facebook where whoever guesses the weight of the pumpkin wins a free case!  Starring in video: Sean, Shay, Galen, Ken (in order of appearance/edited by Shay) ~Ken Happy Halloween! from Joe Mansfield on Vimeo.
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  • Grove + MapleXO

    Here is a video of Lindsay introducing our newest collaboration with her skateboard jewelry company, MapleXO! Lindsay has been turning broken decks and factory seconds into incredible jewelry since 2005. We'll be releasing a limited run of 50 cases soon at $200.  Each one is super unique and will be individually numbered.  To find out more,  click here grove + mapleXO from Joe Mansfield on Vimeo.
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  • Really Nice Customers!

    A while back we got a really nice thank you note from one of our loyal customers, Steve K who bought a 3G case and later an iPhone 4 case as well.  He included 2 of these really nice laser engraved bamboo bookmarks as gifts for us that he sells at www.bamboodesignworks.com as a gift.  We emailed a few times back and forth talking about bamboo, products, design, and owning small businesses.  It was great to get detailed feedback from a fellow designer and customer.  Thanks Steve!  -Ken I keep your current bamboo iPhone case on my desk at all times to serve as a daily reminder about designing products without compromise... plus it's really a fine example of industrial design as sculpture... for me it's as much inspirational as functional... yes, I'm a big fan! -Steve K
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  • Recycled Skateboard iPhone 4 cases

            Email:     We're stoked about our recent collaboration with skateboard jewelry maker, MapleXO! Lindsay has been turning broken decks and factory seconds into incredible jewelry since 2005. Creating a blank large enough for us to make an iPhone case from is tough and requires glueing up 10+ decks perfectly. The colorful dyed layers are completely random and every combination is unique. We'll be releasing a limited run of 50 cases soon. Priced at $200, they will each be super unique and individually numbered!  Checkout some of Lindsay's rad jewelry below.
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  • Great iPhone 4 case review on Gizmodo!

    Joel Johnson of Gizmodo has written up a very thoughtful review on our product.     Joel really "gets it".  The review is candid, honest, and he sees our product the way I see it.  Ultimately my goal as a designer is to get people to love how are products feel and love how our products make them feel.  Here are a few excerpts from Joel's review: With free iPhone cases abounding, an iffy economy, and a new truck project that's capable of taking every last dollar I can throw at it, why did I buy a $70 iPhone case? Because it's the one I've always wanted..... Here's the thing: It's wood. It's not supposed to be perfect. And as far as the quality of the workmanship goes, I am seriously impressed. The design itself is smart, with a modern-looking trough to expose the volume controls and a 45° bezel around both edges that comes from the workshop with a smooth hand finish. (Much of the sanding and polishing on Grove cases is by hand, although they're not afraid of sanders either.) It feels about as thin and precise as a wooden case could be. I can't ask for more. Plus it's wood. Wood that feels better the more I hold my iPhone. Wood that has taken a couple of short falls and looked better as it has weather scuffs and scratches. Wood that's just pretty to look at, to turn idly in the hand. There's no doubt it's a luxury. But it's a luxury I've been craving for years. Try as I might, I can't muster much regret—only spare pennies for when Grove releases an iPad version.  Thank you so much Joel for the thoughtful and thorough review!  -Ken
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  • Grove Handwork taken with Hipstamatic

     We have 5 guys in production at Grove including myself. Sean (dude on the right) made this nice photo series on the handwork we do using the Hipstamatic iPhone app and i4 camera. Its pretty cool you can change vintage lenses and films to create different old manual camera effects. I highly recommend it! Shay to the left, Sean to the right. These guys are putting in the sweat equity making your cases. Shay is a mechanical engineer and Sean is a student in product design at the University of Oregon. We start at 6 am and shut down the shop at 10pm. Were workin hard to get that lead time down to be more reasonable!
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