Wanna protect your iPod touch or iPod video in a stylish, environmental and natural way? Check out these stylishly abstract and organic handcrafted cases from Massachusetts artist mjdinsmore. The collection is crafted from cedar and mahogany, and features intricate details such as inlays, dovetails and mortised lids with three coats of a hand rubbed paste wax finish. Cases sell for $30 to $80 depending on the wood.
Implications - As technology continues to saturate North American markets, there's a general backlash from consumers wanting to incorporate more organic objects into their lives. As such, the popularity of nature-themed products is on the rise. Technology corporations can easily combat this stigma and appeal to the nature-loving demographic by utilizing faux organic textiles for fashion products.
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