Papernomad was formed by group of designers, marketers, and artists with the passion to create a more sustainable carrying solution that respected social and environmental issues. With offices in Colorado, USA and Vienna, Austria, the brand has developed a patented paper composite material, which is incorporated into all Papernomad cases designed and manufactured for popular electronic devices.
At this time, the company offers one tablet sleeve, the The Zattere ($50 - 4.1/5 Editor's rating). It is named after the spacious promenade in Venice, Italy, the very place where they sketched the product’s design. This tablet sleeve may be made of paper, but it’s tear-resistant. For additional device protection, this accessory has cotton cushioning and a sheep-wool lining, as well as features a magnetic locking pull-strap made of hemp material.
Papernomad has developed an innovative material that allows their products to emerge from the pack of traditional accessories created for this particular market. I used to cover my schoolbooks with brown paper bags for not only protection, but to sketch and doodle during those boring classroom lectures. The Zattere is a spin off of this idea, a clever and unique accessory that should inspire many to buy Papernomad tablet cases.