Dynomighty began when struggling NYC artist Terrence Kelleman had a heavily invested exhibition of his art where the only thing that sold was the prototypes for the first product he designed. Seeing an opportunity to gain the financial freedom to pursue his art freely Terrence launched Dynomighty with an initial investment of $300. Today, 10 years later, Dynomighty products are sold in over 60 countries worldwide and in 1800 stores across the US.
A pioneer in online marketing Dynomighty has been a case study of YouTube for being one of the first to use the format for creative low cost marketing. Later Google TV Ads recognized Dynomighty for their effective campaigns that were the first consumer products in the US to use a QR code in a TV Ad.
We seek out innovative and creative solutions for all areas of our business. We remain as innovative today as the day Dynomighty was founded. We’ve become an inspiring story of the American dream, and now one of the fastest growing companies in the US two years in a row. The reason for our continued success lies in the open, collaborative environment we foster here. We crave ideas & innovation, and the best way to harvest those ideas is by sharing and listening to those around us. We believe that it's not what you know, but how fast you can learn and your willingness to adapt to change that will make you successful.
In 2001, Terrence Kelleman was working at the Museum of Modern Art when he discovered some magnetic puzzle pieces in the trash. After a bit of play, the first Dynomighty product was born--a pinless bracelet, made exclusively of magnets.
After some research and development, Terrence showed the bracelet design around and MoMA became Dynomighty’s first buyer. Eventually, Terrence got to do what every aspiring artists dreams to: quit his day job. Dynomighty began in his East Village apartment and only survived by making creative and innovative decisions that created new products and eventually lead to incorporation in 2004. Today, Dynomighty focuses on the Mighty Wallet® line that began in 2005.
We are the Original, the Mighty Wallet was designed by Terrence Kelleman in 2005, and has spawned an entire new genre of Tyvek Wallets around the world. The Mighty Wallet was the first ever Tyvek® Wallet, folded entirely out of a single sheet it even improves upon a standard leather wallet with its stitchless design.
Artist Collective is a groundbreaking new concept that lets you decide what will be the next cool Mighty Wallet design. The challenge is simple: Create your own Mighty Wallet design and share it with your community. If you can pre-sell 30 wallets in 30 days, we will make a full production run and send you 15% of the sales.
It's a great way to promote your work, your ideas and yourself. No contests, no jury and no judgments (decency standards still apply!). The most successful designs are slated to become the future wholesale line of Dynomighty products sold in over 60 countries around the world (not bad for the résumé).
It's our goal to democratize the canvas of the Mighty Wallet, and we think Artist Collective is the right way to break the ice. Learn more about the Artist Collective.
We’ve become an inspiring story of the American dream, and now one of the fastest growing companies in the US two years in a row. If you love a small vibrant work environment that encourages growth and learning by sharing and listening to those around us.
Dynomighty embraces its motto to "Be Mighty!" We're looking for dynamic, outgoing and conscientious individuals who are willing to roll up their sleeves in a collaborative, friendly but hardworking environment. If you feel you demonstrate the qualities we are looking for, we encourage you to send in your bonafides. If you’re just looking for “a job”, go to monster.com
To see a list of current openings; VIEW JOBS HERE.
Internships are available year-round at Dynomighty Design for young, creative individuals with an ambition to learn all the operational and creative aspects of a vibrant creative workplace. Please send resumes and dates of availability to firstname.lastname@example.org. If your availability is further off or there are no current positions relevant to your expertise, we will certainly keep in touch with any upcoming opportunities.