Scott Campbell Designed a Corkscrew for Shinola

The Brooklyn-based tattoo artist brings his motifs to the Detroit stalwart.

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Fresh off of the release of its home accessories range with General Electric, Shinola has teamed up with tattoo maestro Scott Campbell for a limited-edition corkscrew. A nod to Campbell’s own SAVED Wines, the exclusive design features solid brass construction and boasts symbolic Campbell-designed artwork throughout.

Measuring 4 x 1 x 3 inches, Campbell’s corkscrew is available now via the Shinola web store for $125 USD.

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