‘Computerwear' Turns an iPad into a Gentleman

 - Mar 12, 2012
References: etsy & laughingsquid
Computerwear is a recycled clothing line for gadgets designed by Toronto-based Richard Smith. Smith takes vintage shirts and sweaters and turns them into classy covers for tablets and laptops.

All of the covers are made of semi-classy button-up shirts with checkered patterns. Some of the cases even have an extra sweater layer featuring argyle designs. The tablet sleeves can even go in the washing machine and dryer.

Rather than throw out old clothes, Richard Smith upcycled the material to create Computerwear. To turn any tablet into a suave gentleman, slip some Computerwear over it and head to the golf course. One can only imagine how awesome it would be to have an entire wardrobe just for a tablet and a laptop.