If you are looking for a funky alternative to neoprene, rubber or plastic to protect your Apple technology from scratches, then we think that this site is for you. Our foofproducts are handmade, simple and beautiful.
foofproducts were originally created in a Martello Tower (Dublin, Ireland). They are now currently handmade using a 1953 Pinnock sewing machine (Sydney, Australia). There is only one machine so delays are expected whenever we get swamped with orders.
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Apple has listed their new iPod Socks at the Apple Store Online. For 30 bucks you get six socks in “vibrant” green, purple, grey, blue, orange, and pink. Of course, they ship in time for the holiday gift season. I’m sure I could find things to do with all six ‘socks,’ but I’m also feeling stupid for not having used a sock out of my sock drawer all along. I mean, it would work, wouldn’t it?
It doesn’t matter which iPod model you have because iPod Socks fit all of them. And it doesn’t matter what your mood is because each iPod Socks package includes six bright colors so you can pick the one that feels best.
Forgive us if we’re stating the obvious, but here’s how it works: Just slide your iPod into the sock to keep it safe and warm. Slide it out to dock or change playlists. It’s as easy as… putting on a pair of socks.
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Then there’s PaintedBytes:
We specialize in providing iBook cases custom-painted with original works of fine art.
Do people want painted laptop cases? This art-gallery/computer-store hybrid is an experiment. If the Christmas season goes well, we’ll be moving this site to its own server, adding more artists, and much more artwork. Check back often as we add new designs!
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Finally, whatisblik and wallcandyarts (via bookofjoe). Blik describes its ‘surface graphics’ as “oversized, geometric decals that allow anyone to quickly and easily create custom wallscapes in no time flat.” I can’t help but like them.
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