Blog — bookends
How We're Celebrating Memorial Day
This coming Monday, May 25, our country will celebrate Memorial Day. It’s an important time to remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom. Traditionally, we spend quality time with family and friends as we honor our heroes with weekend gatherings, parades, and more. Of course, things are going to look quite different this year, so we thought we would come up with a few fun ways to celebrate safely and responsibly this Memorial Day.
Partnering With The Smithsonian Institute
As a company, our primary goal is to bring our love of all things historic, functional and beautiful to all of our designs. That’s why we’re incredibly excited to partner with the Smithsonian Institute on a collection of goods that bring together both of our missions.
This Just In, Our Newest Arrivals - Part II
At Pendulux, we really enjoy paper napkin sketching, computer designing, and creating new Pendulux products. The entire process, from idea to creation, can take quite a bit of time, but it’s well worth it. We look to the past for influence, and through present-day methods create pieces with unique style and nostalgia. After a lot of effort, we’ve produced a host of new products, that we’re excited to show off. We wrote about a few of these items last month, so here’s some more of what we’ve been working on: Motorboats We’re fascinated with Japanese electric model toy boats circa...
Hot Off the Press, our Newest Arrivals
We love to sketch, draw, design, and put together ideas for new Pendulux products but the whole process, from inception to production, can be quite a lengthy ordeal. Looking back in time for inspiration, and figuring out how to use modern techniques to create pieces with character and integrity can be very challenging. After a lot of hard work, we’ve created an assortment of new products, that we’re very proud to show you. Here’s what we’ve been working on: ALTIMETER ALARM CLOCKS Without a doubt our most popular, the altimeter series of clocks has been redesigned to function as...