Our all-leather, handcrafted Blueprint Tube keeps large format documents (like architectural blueprints, maps, artwork, and posters) safe and portable.
Impressively hand-stitched in every detail, the Blueprint Tube is made from structural and sturdy vegetable-tanned tooling leather - the same kind used in horse saddles.
This is the perfect briefcase for artists, photographers, graduates, architects, and businesspeople looking to store or transport their most important work.
Our customers have proudly used our archival quality leather document tube all over the world:
- National Geographic photographers presenting prints
- Egyptologists carrying archaeological dig plans
- Sailors storing nautical maps at sea
- Engineers toting oil derrick site plans on the job site
- Developers and architects presenting architectural blueprints
COLORS: Honey, Dark Brown, Black
MATERIALS: Vegetable-tanned leather, nickel-plated steel hardware
DIMENSIONS: Interior dimensions 32" (81.3 cm) long x 3" (7.6 cm) diameter. Exterior dimensions 34" (86.3 cm) long x 3.25" (8.25 cm) diameter.
WEIGHT: Empty, the tube weighs 1 lb, 5 oz.
VIDEO: Watch a 2-minute video of Geoff explaining the features of his Blueprint Tube design on our Vimeo channel: https://vimeo.com/walnutstudiolo/blueprinttube
FEATURES: The leather is cut from Grade "A" American-tanned hides and edged, oil-dyed by hand, burnished, glossed for weatherproofing, hand-stitched, and assembled with hardware in our Oregon workshop. It stays shut with a permanently-attached, adjustable-length shoulder strap that tightens the lid down with a fast-release Conway buckle. It is unlined - the leather is flexible but sturdy enough that additional lining is unnecessary. It is also undyed on the inside to protect archival contents and to keep the interior light and easy to see inside.
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PHOTOGRAPHY: Credit to Erin Berzel Photography.