Martha Stewart American Made: Spotlight on DODOcase

We know you’ve heard of DODOcase from us before. So we’ll get right to the point! The Martha Stewart American Made program, which Mohawk recently announced its support for, is all about unique, hand crafted, beautiful goods created by American makers. It’s similar to our Maker publications, which are centered on this idea. We believe a culture of craft is emerging, embracing handmade, quality goods.


DODOcase embraces this ideology and makes all of their cases locally, hand crafted in San Francisco. They want to keep the art of bookbinding alive by adapting it to a world of digital devices – and it’s working.


Their collaborations with Mohawk on products such as DODOcase Notes and the DODOcase mini iPad Folio  have shown that there is a place for both technology and tradition, pixels and paper in this new maker-centric culture, and overwhelming consumer response to DODOcases have led to the expansion of their operations to include an in-house Bindery, Woodshop, and Sewing Studio.

You can see DODOcase in the American Made nominations and find more info there. Stay tuned for our next spotlight in the series on American Made nominees!

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