"As a child I loved painting and drawing, I loved creative writing. My parents supported my passion for the arts and for as long as I can remember supplied me with sketch pads, paint brushes, and as I got older it turned into a drawing table and an easel. I always did my best work in art classes when I had to the freedom to create entirely from my own imagination. As a high school student, my art career was looking really great. The road hasn't been easy. When I had my daughter, I fell gravely ill and the recovery process was long. But these are life experiences. Instead of ruminating, now I create. From them I've grown, and have been able to draw new perspectives, find inspiration. I'm self-taught, and I continue to learn on a daily basis. There are always new points of view to explore. My best work has always come from following instinct. Any time I think too much or too long I usually end up trashing whatever it is I'm working on. And following instinct is how I came to create Computer iPhone. I was sitting at my computer, my iPhone plugged in next to me. After thinking about what factors would be cool and functional on an iPhone case, I grabbed a piece of the broken computer that my husband had in the office, and took some pictures. I did my editing. Now Computer iPhone has been added to my list of great accomplishments, and I am so proud to be working with UncommonGoods."
UncommonGoods is proud to present the winner of the iPhone Case Design Challenge. Chosen from over one hundred entries, photographer Naomi Meller's geeky image really gave our voters a jolt of excitement! Circuit boards remind us of all the hard work our devices do on the inside and Naomi's winning case design, which features a bold dissection of a classic computing device, provides the perfect visual prompt to spark our imaginations. By proudly juxtaposing technology on technology, Naomi's sharp shot of this gadget's guts is a techie tribute to everyone's favorite tool-meets-toy. Made of Lexan in Georgia. Fits iPhone 4/4S/5/5S
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Made in the USA
Please note, the Computer iPhone Art Case has been discontinued. When each style sells out, it will no longer be available and will be removed from the drop down. At this time, the 4/4S is the only version available.