Oct. 26, 2012
This Eye of Sauron iPhone 5 case is designed by Shapeways user joabaldiwn, "An iPhone 5 case for Lord of the Rings fans, in which the Apple logo becomes the evil eye of Sauron, in the tower of Barad-Dûr, by the fiery pits of Cupertino... I mean, Mordor."
"Succumb to the powers of the all-seeing eye, rejoice in mass surveillance by your masters at Apple, give in to your inner Nazgûl."
The case is available on Shapeways' store for $24 and is printed out of a flexible yet sturdy plastic - "so you need not worry about the small details, it won't snap, you can bend it around easily. It fits very tightly and with a reassuring click."
The case is 3D printed out of a strong and flexible plastic - so you need not worry about the small details, it won't snap, you can bend it around easily. It fits very tightly and with a reassuring click.
There are many choices of colors - white, black, royal blue, hot pink, voilet purple and coral red, but joabaldiwn thinks black is just perfect for this.
(Image credit: Shapeways)
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