Hand-Painted Bottle Openers by Isaac Lange
These unique bottle openers feature 3D printed parts, designed and painted by local Tucson artist Isaac Lange. Whether you prefer a southwest style with a saguaro on the front and sunset hues on the back, a finger-spinning design to fidget with, or a pair of painted lips, there's something for everybody here.
Saguaro Keychain design measures 4"x2"x0.25" with 2" carabiner
Spinner Keychain design measures 3.75"x2"x0.25" with 2" carabiner
Lips design measures 2.25"x2"x1"
Carved Oak Handle design measures 4"x1.5"x0.5"
Isaac Lange is a mixed media artist in Tucson, AZ who specializes in crafting using reclaimed and discarded materials. Growing up in an artistic family, Isaac has been creating since he was young, and picked up many different talents along the way. With skills in painting, woodworking, and 3D modeling and printing, Isaac’s work is high in creativity and imagination, wonder and whimsy, and is wholly unique. From saguaros, birds, robots and alien weaponry crafted from reclaimed wood, to lights and coin banks created using reclaimed yogurt jars, to paintings on floppy disks and boxes made out of old encyclopedias, all of his pieces are handcrafted, hand painted, and one-of-a-kind.