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The MonoCircus Manta iPhone Case is a Minimalist Design

 - Feb 9, 2016
References: monocircus & design-milk
When style and practicality merge, it's hard not to be attracted to the results -- enter the MonoCircus Manta iPhone Case. It is a classy case that could easily be likened to a spinal cord. And in a sense, that's the function that it provides as well. Created by the Japanese 3D printed wearables boutique, MonoCircus, it is inspired by the enigmatic manta, hence its name.

Specifically designed by Lim Shing Ee and Kazunori Takeishi, the MonoCircus Manta iPhone Case promotes a one-handed grip, which is super handy considering how much we're on our smartphones of late. It attaches to the iPhone at the corners and curves inwards to provide the perfect hold for the hand and fingers. The question is what happens when dropped.