Some animals foolishly sacrifice basic functionality in favor of mate-attracting aesthetics, which is why it's so easy to kick a peacock. Be your own dog, and get a billfold from Timo.
Just released, Timos are highly deco'd wallets that pay equal attention to design and eyecatching artistry, vended by a Downtowner who made that most magical of NYC pilgrimages: via Norway, Florida, and Omaha. The nuts-and-bolts: they're available in three tri-fold sizes (each accommodating US and Euro bills) and one oversized bi-fold; all are handsewn from a durable, waterproof paper laminate -- less bulky than leather, but with the storage capabilities of General Zod's prison. As for plumage, Timos sport brightly-colored designs and photos, some by Timo himself (birds on a wire, an art-deco toilet), some by his frequent collaborator Frosti (guy in Yankees cap, paint splatters), and some by his childhood friend Burns Hardwick, whose father must've envisioned for his son a career in tying women to train tracks on grainy celluloid, not prettying up paper laminate.
Timo's next collection will feature 60 wallets organized by themes, among them: metallics, abstract photographs, and botanicals, whose highly stylized blooms sacrifice function in that they attract pluckings by jackasses who've pissed off their girlfriends with their peacocking.