Compostable iPad Case Provides A Blank Canvas [Pics]

Compostable iPad Case Provides A Blank Canvas [Pics]

New covers allow users total customizability.

Lara Piras
  • 7 june 2013

The Papernomad, from Griffin Technology is a new range of device accessories made out of natural materials such as paper, wool, and hemp that have an extra ‘green’ USP; they’re entirely compostable. The covers can be decorated with almost anything including paint, pencils and crayons, allowing users’ creative juices to run wild.


The fun products are made with a water resistant cover made from paper, viscose fiber and biopolymer. There’s a layer of static-free unbleached wool inside the paper skin with batting which protects the device and an organic hemp pull strap with a magnetic closure.


The products are available for all Apple devices and Samsung Galaxy S III and range form $39.99 – $69.99. They are an interesting example of an emerging trend of brands giving consumers blank canvasses to customize and make their own, something PSFK friend and artist Shantell Martin predicted back in December. Take a look at more of Papernomad’s examples here for inspiration.


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