Inspired by Nature: iPhone 5 Cases from Society6

Caress your tech with these nature-inspired skins and covers. 

In celebration of the new iPhone 5, here are ten cases and other gadget holding devices from Society6 that fuse nature with technology. Cost is $35/each.

What is Society6? Good question, but may we suggest switching that “what” to “who?” Thousands of artists from all over the globe create artwork for Society6, printed and shipped in an array of products from gallery quality art prints to t-shirts. Products are produced to order, thus reducing waste; one piece iPhone cases, in particular, are made from a super-plastic called Lexan. Not bamboo or recycled, but stronger and longer lasting than other plastic cases on the market. Interesting tidbit: the material has been increasingly used in eco-friendly and high-concept cars like the GM EcoJet.

Without further ado, iPhone porn.

“Hard to Impress” by Shannonblue

“Birds Flying High” by Ben Geiger

“Washed Away” by Zero Division

“Breathe” by Joy St. Claire

“Across an Endless Sea” by RDelean

“Mountain Range” by Cassia Beck

“Blue Moon” by Galaxy Eyes

“Let’s Run Away” by Leah Flores

“Elemental Geodisc” by Terry Fan

“Friends for Life” by Vin Zzep

Inspired by a post on Design-Milk, who has teamed up with Society6 to curate the Milk Dairy, aimed at supporting and promoting the work of independent artists all over the world.

K. Emily Bond

K. Emily Bond is the Shelter Editor at EcoSalon and currently resides in southern Spain, reporting on trends in art, design, sustainable living and lifestyle.