ryan glasgow: iphone case
 
ryan glasgow: iphone case
mar 10, 2010

ryan glasgow: iphone case

‘iphone case’ in 304 stainless steel

american industrial designer ryan glasgow has designed a stainless steel iphone case with a protective hinged lid. its internal silicone bumpers ensure a tight fit with 3G and 3GS phones. when closed, the hinged lid features a window opening which allows views of date/time and incoming calls. users have the option of using the phone either with the lid open or closed. antenna cutaways located at lower back of the case allows for air circulation and cooling of the inserted mobile device. added bumpers give protection to the delicate areas of the phone and allow mobiles to stand on its end or side.

the cases, available in both aluminum and stainless steel, has been released for public purchase.

ryan glasgow: iphone case back of ‘iphone case’

ryan glasgow: iphone case

ryan glasgow: iphone case

  • sooo ugly!!!!! 😛

    poor iphone

    rot
  • Totally agree with Reelist. Why not put a big rubber silicone case on your newly bought fridge, or perhaps a massive brushed aluminium cage around your new car just in case it gets bumped or scratched. Lets use our time and resources on better things than consumerist crap.

    bau blanc
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