It's very Elijah Isham. IIRC, it's a "two-piece integral," where the front and rear halves of the frame are each a single piece rather than two sides (like an integral), with the front of the frame (where the pivot is) screwing onto the rear piece. Basically, they started with an integral frame-lock, and then cut it in half so the front and rear pieces could be finished differently (the front piece does lay over the rear one, so it ends up being somewhat like a bolster lock). Needless to say, it's a unique design.
I'm not a huge fan of the aesthetic of "EDC" style knives or art knives whichever that is supposed to be. But I won't comment on quality since I have no experience. Isham knives seem to be quite popular among the younger crowd.