Scott Nedrelow is an artist and designer in Tomales, CA.
In 2010, Scott started designing and making tech accessories when the first iPad was introduced. His first case was called BOOK and it was the original case for iPad that was designed to resemble a book. Scott used German Merino wool felt in the original BOOK and quickly started making a simple sleeve for iPad using the same material. Scott loves using Merino wool felt because it is a dense padded material that provides a tactile contrast to technological devices made out of aluminum and glass.
In 2020, Scott expanded the nedrelow product line to include the Magic Sleeve, a product that earned design and utility patents. The Magic Sleeve is the core of a modular, expandable, and portable desk organization system. The Magic Sleeve System includes Scott's original cable keeper design. The cable keeper can simply magnet to the edge of any Magic Sleeve. Smaller Magic Sleeves and pen cases can also magnet to the exterior of any larger Magic Sleeve.
All nedrelow products are designed and made in the United States from renewable, sustainable, and ethically-sourced materials. They have been recommended by Business Insider, Fast Company, iMore, HuffPost, The New Yorker, Wired, and many others. Scott’s work as an artist and designer can be found in the collections of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, SFMOMA, and MoMA.
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