Only now do I wish I had an iPhone (I’m a Droid gal). Either that or Case-Mate needs to start expanding the phones they fit. I digress. Collaborating with Case-Mate on a groundbreaking collection, Erik Arlen’s cool color-blocked cases tell the tale of connection. From the first modular iPhone case to striking Mod visuals, Erik envisions a new relationship with the accessory. These bright, design-inspired, colorful cases are perfect for the summer and the hotter than hot color-blocking trend.
The Stacks and Quartet cases encourage customization and interaction, with tradeable modular pieces. Art comes to life with the geometric visuals of the Facets case. The silicone Egg case redefines the sense of touch with its texturized dimensions.
Erik Arlen is a multi-disciplinary French designer, who currently resides in Portland. He’s worked for brands such as Nike, Puma, Rossignol-Skis, and Toyota. He also co-designed the most advanced humanoid robot, Nao, for Aldebaran- Robotics, which was presented at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.
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