Raise your hand if you know what a "title block" is.
I don't think I've physically touched a blueprint since the '90s, but apparently they're still around, presumably unfurled at job sites and the like. Hence Geoffrey and Valerie Franklin, the Oregonians behind Walnut Studiolo, designed this spiffy leather blueprint case.
Originally designed as a one-off for a map-carrying friend, the Franklins figured their had to be a market for those who carry rolled goods, and the leather-tanned tube is now for sale on their Etsy page. But good things come to those who wait, and their Blueprint Carrying Case is no exception—being hand-stitched, it's got a one-month lead time.