Designed by Ojibway Artist Benjamin Chee Chee (1944-1977)
The interior is organized into 2 compartments for bills, 1 photo slot, and 4 cards lots.
Dimensions: 11cm x 8.5cm when folded.
Made of PU. Designed in Canada.
From Oscardo Website: Born in Temagami, Ontario, Chee Chee largely taught himself to draw and paint. He was a prominent member of the second generation of Woodland painters, a Native Art movement that began in the early nineteen-sixties and has since become one of the most important art schools in Canada.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he painted in a style influenced by modern abstraction. While most of the young Woodland artists were content to follow the style of the movement's founder, Norval Morrisseau, in depicting myths and legends by direct and "primitive" narrative means, Chee Chee pursued a more economical graphic style, a reduction of line and image more in keeping with the mainstream of international modern art.