Hands down, the '80s was the best decade of the last century, narrowly beating the '30s, which frankly didn't have much of a shot post-assassination of Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss. Remembering the best decade of that century while covering your favorite gadgets from this one, Brave Moonman.
From a self-proclaimed Oakland nerd barely old enough to remember the '80s, Brave stitches together zippered/Velcro-ed pouches that'll hold your iPhone/iPod/iPad/Kindle in the likeness of your favorite childhood guilty pleasure... so bring on the Sweet Valley High iPad hol--um... next sentence! Made with 100% wool felt and lined with patterned cotton fabrics (brown/white polka dots, blue pinstripes, etc.), cases include more than a dozen special edition "mixtapes" in retro-inspired color combos appropriately titled "My Mix!" or "Breakup Songs", and Nintendo and Super Nintendo controllers that're also available as felt pins, also what professional bowler Parker Bohn III did when he got lonely, and he's always lonely because he's super ugly. She's also got cases made to look like teal floppy disks, and one-size-fits-all, Velcro-affixed soft-fabric-ed calculator watches in three colors: gray, black, and royal blue -- the very emotion George Brett felt, after realizing he just spent 21 years in Kansas City with Kevin Seitzer.
She's also done her fair share of screen printing, which'll pop up from time to time on her site, with past designs including a sketch of four keytars, and another of an old creepy van, but not an old creepy von, since German President von Hindenburg barely outlasted the Dollfuss.