First the good news – redbubble have added iPhone 5 (and iPad) cases to their portfolio of products. Woohoo! Now the bad news – there’s no specific iPhone 5 template that artists like me can use to create our designs, as redbubble have taken a “one size fits all” approach. You might well be asking yourself, so what? Well, I’m quite particular about ensuring that my quirky designs fit perfectly, and with the iPhone 5 being taller than it’s older siblings, this means reworking many of my designs and uploading new artwork. However, with just one redbubble iPhone template covering all models, this causes a problem. Needless to say, I’ve come up with a solution. Let me explain… Continue reading
Woohoo! Redbubble have added iPad cases to their collection of products, so you’ll never guess what…. that’s right, I’ve only gone and created a bunch of typically quirky designs and artworks that are now available to buy for your iPad 2, or iPad (with Retina Display)!
Check out my new iPad Cases page to see all my quirky designs!
Big news: my quirky iPhone case designs are now available for the iPhone 5! Today, redbubble announced that all existing case artworks can be bought for iPhone 5 in both 1-piece Deflector and 2-piece Capsule form! Please go and check out my portfolio of designs, and keep and eye out for updated versions that I have amended to suit the new, taller handset. I reckon these cases would make the perfect Christmas gift – if you agree, please make sure you get your orders in nice and early to avoid disappointment!
Well, it’s official… Apple have announced the new iPhone 5. Inevitable, but still exciting (if you get excited about these things I guess). Just in case you were wondering, I’m hoping my quirky case designs will be available for the latest model very, very soon – so stay tuned! In the meantime, if you’re looking for a case for your iPhone 4S, 4 or 3GS, please check out my designs here.
Over the past year, I’ve turned into somewhat of a cycling enthusiast – I now commute the 14 miles each way to my ‘day job’ and try to get out for a long run at the weekends whenever possible. It was only a matter of time before I created some quirky iPhone case designs that might appeal to fellow cyclists, and was inspired to create the artwork for these two vintage puncture repair kits. Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to create a case in this style for quite some time, and only got around to it recently. As with the vast majority of my case designs, I started preparing the artwork in Illustrator, experimenting with the layout of different cogs and wheels. One of my aims with this design was that I wanted to suggest the presence of an Apple logo somehow within the clockwork mechanism – including the logo would infringe copyright and I most certainly didn’t want to do that! Continue reading
If you’ve seen my previous post, you’ll know that my quirky artworks were recently spotted by the owner of FutureFunk in the Netherlands, and I was invited to become their first Featured Artist. What’s most exciting for me, is that my case designs are now not only available in Uncommon Deflector and Capsule form for iPhones and iPods via Redbubble, but they can also now be bought for a much wider range of smartphones – the BlackBerry Bold and Curve, Samsung Galaxy S and SII and HTC Desire. With FutureFunk also offering my artwork on their own iPhone cases too, I was curious to compare their product with the Uncommon Deflector that I was already familiar with. Continue reading
I am delighted to announce that I have been invited to become a featured artist with FutureFunk, a Dutch company that specialises in the production of premium smartphone cases and sells primarily to customers across the Netherlands and Belgium. They do ship internationally too though, so the nice thing for me is that my quirky, individual iPhone case designs are now also for the Samsung Galaxy S & SII, Blackberry Curve & Bold and the HTC Desire. Talk about choice?! I’m chuffed to bits, and looking forward to a funky future for my case designs.
**UPDATED** I have a hard time making decisions at the best of times, so when it came to ordering one of my quirky iPhone cases for myself, it took me a while to figure out exactly which one to choose! Of course, given that I’ll be showing it off to as many people as I can, and wanted to take some promotional photographs of it, the pressure was on, but I think I made the right decision.
Hopefully you’ve noticed by now that there’s a new static page on my blog where you can can find out all about my latest creative venture – iPhone Cases! I’m delighted that I can now offer stylish protection for your iPhone 4 or 4S, and have a large selection of quirky, creative designs to choose from with more being added all the time. If you haven’t seen the page yet, please go and check it out now…