Did you know that your gadget likes art as much as you? It’s true. We’ve been talking to
your phone and it told us that all it really wants is to be fully decked out in one of the
zillions of amazingly unique designs from Redbubble’s brilliant artists. So thanks to our cases
and skins we’ve got a few ways for you to appease your tech friend and hold off the inevitable
device-driven overthrow of humanity for at least another year.
Not only do your phones and tablets want to look great, but they also need protection,
from you, because you drop everything and break it. We’ve seen you do it. So we've created the
toughest cases to protect your most precious of daily devices from getting hurt. Our cases come
in either a Snap or Tough variation and are constructed from the finest Amorphous Polymer, which
sounds like it just crawled from the sea but is actually a very strong plastic that’s apparently
used in outer space.
The Snap is a slim fitting one-piece clip-on case. Perfect for keeping the smooth lines in
your skinny jeans. We know how important that is. The Tough is a clip-on case with a unique
inner silicon absorbing sleeve to take the stress from a drop. Ideal for people who lead rough or
accident prone lifestyles (or just like to sound dangerous).
We currently offer the snap & tough for the following styles:
We’re not sure if you know this, but your phones, tablets, and laptops are very bashful.
And the fact that you insist on trotting them around town in their birthday suits is so embarrassing
for them. So why not clothe them while simultaneously protecting them from scratches and gut-wrenching
humiliation with one of Redbubble’s new skins?
Each scratch-resistant, custom cut, vinyl skin is easy to apply and features mind-melting colours,
eye-popping designs, and the opportunity to express your unique sense of individuality and all the reasons
why you and your device are pretty much the coolest kids on your block.
We currently offer Skins for the following styles:
Collage A Warhol & Magritte.Or even a print.
collage, i phone, a warhol, magritte, phone, cover
Art must be deluded by art. 1583: Melbanke, Philotinus.It is a chiefe point of art to dissemble art. BretonI have heard scholars say, that it is art to conceal art. 1753: Fuller.
FEATURED on April 26, 2012
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