We worked with Jim Golden Studio to make an art print capturing the growth of our business over four years in 2012. Here was the process. … Read More Behind the Scenes: The Making of the Jim Golden Art Print
The photography for our tough-looking Bare Knuckle leather bicycle grips feature an unusual model: a friend of ours with “Hold Fast” tattooed on his knuckles. We’ve always thought his colorful tattoos were beautiful, but only recently did we learn the history behind that iconic tattoo, which we’re sharing with you today.… Read More History of the “Hold Fast” Knuckle Tattoo
You asked for it, we answered! Announcing a limited run of our bicycle print bandana in two fun colors: Red and Navy Blue.… Read More Announcing New Colors: Red and Navy Blue Bicycle Print Bandanas
Children in the USA are not getting enough to eat and we want to help. Together with our family, we designed a bandana that can be used as a no-sew mask to raise funds to end child hunger for No Kid Hungry. … Read More “No Kid Hungry” Limited Edition Fundraiser Bandana
Artist Goldhart says his bike project finally came together once he found Walnut Studiolo’s Bullwhip Braided Leather Bar Wrap.
“The end result is stunning!” he says. “These leather wraps are truly the centerpiece of the build.”… Read More Customer Profile: Goldhart’s Bike Aesthetic
We put a lot of thought and love into our Walnut Studiolo wrapping paper. Not only is it eco friendly with recycled paper and a soy-based ink, there’s also a great story behind the complex custom pattern….
“Makers Gotta Make” so the t-shirt worthy phrase goes. And makers who heed the call of this deeply-rooted drive are part of a special tribe. Which is why, perhaps, Walnut Studiolo’s founder Geoff Franklin couldn’t resist making a special gift for a fellow maker he admires, Nick Offerman. … Read More Making for Makers: A Tribute to Nick Offerman
Valerie is the quiet storm behind the scenes at Walnut Studiolo. You may have spoken with her on the phone or exchanged emails. Valerie keeps the ship afloat, ensuring orders go out on time, customers have the information they need and that the company keeps growing.
Solé Bicycles started as a group of friends who wanted to make affordable bikes that were cool and functional. Years later, they are now a thriving company with a focus on user friendly bikes that are also fashion-forward.
We get asked to make custom products (a lot). And we like it, because we really like designing new things. Here’s the thing, though: We’re a bit choosy about what projects we take on. The question for us is not, will Walnut Studiolo start making dog collars and wallets? The question for us is, what… Read More Custom work