Personalize your iPhone in the Oberon style!
We’ve come up with a leather clad precision made, hard rubber case with amazing fit, finish and hand feel. Check out the classy inset leather side panels and clear access to all ports and controls. We’ve gone to the trouble of modifying each case by hand to give better access for non-Apple chargers. Slim and light, while offering real protection, this is an all-around great case you will be proud to own.
Archive Specials: Breaching Whale and Yin Yang Dolphin
Colors: Sky Blue & Teal
Available through March 30th 2014
Available on Large Journal, Small Journal and Large Moleskine covers
Go to our new page for Archive Specials: find it under Journals on the Nav Bar
Test your literary references! What novel from 1851 references these names and phrases: Call me Ishmael, The Pequod, Starbuck, Qeequeg? Not Great Whites but Gray whales are now migrating along the California coast. As always, it a thrilling sight to see. How many of you have ever been close to a live whale in open sea?
We’ve got a new video on YouTube!
Watch as Brendan abuses the nylon fabric that is used in the lining of our handbags, messenger bags, and other products. This video includes a stress test, and a demonstration of potential staining materials such as ink and chocolate.
We have a new color - Teal, and the first new image of 2014.
Our new teal color is available now on a lot of our products. Of the twelve images available in teal, we especially like the Hokusai Wave, Paisley and Cloud Dragon.
The new image is called “Mariposas” (“butterflies” in Spanish) and is available now on large and small journals in Teal, Wine & Orchid. Let us know how you like it and what other covers we might make with this image.
SOCIAL MEDIA CELEBRATION OF 10,000 FRIENDS. WHOOPIE, HURRAH & THANK YOU!
As we approach 10,000 Facebook friends we’re celebrating by giving away $80 gift certificates to randomly chosen members of the Oberon Dispatch email list. Ten gift certificates will go to both existing and new subscribers.
SIGN UP BETWEEN NOW & THE END OF FEBRUARY!
Winners will be announced on Marcel Monday, March 3rd.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP: http://oberondesign.com/contact/newsletter.html
Of all the creatures in both Eastern and Western mythologies, Dragons are associated with good fortune. They are revered and considered auspicious. In Chinese culture, dragons are associated with agriculture and rule the sky, controlling water; rainfall, hurricane and floods. In Chinese art the depictions of Cloud, Sky, Water and Pearl or Moon dragons are all representative of good fortune for those that are worthy.
We’re celebrating Chinese New Years with an archive image collection of Chinese Dragons from our image library. The four dragon images we’re offering are available in Red in the following products: Large Journal, Small Journal Large Molskine cover.
This Archive special expires on March 27th, 2014
Custom colors and buttons are available for these covers.
One dragon archive image is available for the large sketchbook
cover: Sky Dragon, M16.
- See more at: http://oberondesign.com/collectors-corner
Another Look at our Red Rose Small Casual Handbag, available for Valentine’s day,
CHANGES AT OBERON! Products discontinued in two weeks!
We are discontinuing a few less popular products: Mini and Medium Tablet Sleeves, Cell Phone (not smartphone) Covers. You have two weeks to order these items in the colors and images you would prefer.
Nook covers can still be made for Nook device fans but we will ask that you order by phone. Thanks for making a note.
An overview of all of the Oberon Design Leather Wallets, including Men’s, Women’s, Passport Wallets, Mini Wallet / Cardholder, and Smart Phone Wallets
Valentine’s Day has its roots in the liturgical celebration of Saint Valentine but the origins of the holiday lie with the greatest poet of the middle ages and the father of English literature, Geoffrey Chaucer, (1343-1400) most famous for The Canterbury Tales, life and love stories of pilgrims on the road to Canterbury cathedral. Chaucer’s poetry and others helped fuel the high arts of courtly love in England and France. Lovers exchanged cards, flowers, and paper arts of heart shaped outlines, doves and cupids, all known as Valentine’s. Spring or the mating season of birds were triggers for Valentine activities. Mass produced Valentines were first produced in the 1800’s in England.
Brendan is designing new handbags for release around Mother’s Day! Please let us know some of your preferences by taking our new poll. Thanks.