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Want a customized pair of wooden sunglasses from Woodgeek Store but don't know how to go about it? We take you through the entire process here. You can personalize your wooden glasses with your name or any text on the temple of the glasses and on the bamboo box too. Give us a quote or short text of your choice and we will engrave it.
Stand out in the crowd with a customized wooden phone case for your iPhone. Create your own wooden phone case with an image or text in any language. You can personalize your phone case the way you want with a photo or text in any language. Give us a quote or image of your choice and we will engrave it for you for free.
Woodgeek Store offers free customization for all its wooden products. Every wooden product on Woodgeek Store can be personalized to your liking - from the bamboo wood notebook in regular and large sizes to the wooden sunglasses and their bamboo cases to the wooden Iphone cases. Give us a quote or image of your choice and we will engrave it for you.
Woodgeek Store was part of a fun Artists' Collective Showcase hosted by Chaitown Creatives last Friday at The Doodle Room in Calcutta. We had a chance to meet the best creative minds in the city, interact with them, witness their art and also showcase our wooden notebooks, wooden iPhone cases, and wooden sunglasses.
It's Valentine's Week and we're celebrating with a contest at Woodgeek Store! Submit your entry. Tell us your love story. The 3 best entries will win our exclusive personalized wooden cards engraved with custom text or an image. These stories will also get featured on the Woodgeek blog.
We made it to the Lakme Fashion Week!!! Our walnut wood Minimalist glasses were part of designer Ishita Mangal's show 'The Faces' for her label Quo on Day 1 of the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. Our wood frame optical glasses added the perfect finishing touch to Quo's take on power dressing.
At Woodgeek, we pay tribute to the Hindu Goddess Kali through this intricately designed wall art. Kali Pujo and the story of Maa Kali stresses the importance of bhakti (devotion), shakti (strength) and moksha (liberation).