We’ve seen all sorts of iPhone cases in the past, ranging from the functional to the outright novelty, and if you’re in the market for the latter than Japanese company Ag Ltd might have something for you. The company is currently designing limited edition iPhone cases, which as you can see in the photo above, resemble grass turfs. These are probably not the first grass-like iPhone case you’ve seen before, but here’s the kicker. Apparently what Ag Ltd are trying to do is model each iPhone case they release after famous parks in the world, attempting to recreate the grass texture and look through the use of electrostatic flocking.
The model which you see above is apparently model after Yoyogi Park, a historical landmark in Tokyo Japan. This model is expected to go on sale by the end of the month and will be limited to 100 units and will be priced at around $41. Future parks planned by the company include Central Park in New York and Hyde Park in London, although we’re not sure what Ag Ltd can do to differentiate the parks, but a pretty cool idea nonetheless. Any takers?
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