Okay, nobody would be silly enough to actually mail their iPad in an envelope. This interesting package is actually a protective casing for your precious tablet, and it looks vintage-cool, too!
Goodluck Goods came up with this nifty design, which combines nostalgic styles with eco-friendly materials. Though the surface looks like leather, the iPostcard is actually made of natural cellulose fiber, like a strong type of paper that is pliable but resilient. No synthetic substances like PVC and other plastics were used in the finished product, as the creator proudly states.
The outer surface is waterproof, and the brightly-colored inner lining is soft and keeps your iPad comfy and scratch-free. The back of the iPostcard contains a pretend address and message, which gives onlookers the illusion that you’re carrying a fat brown envelope ready to be mailed.
Check out the front of this brown-paperish iPad sleeve, and find a cool string tie which is reminiscent of authentic manila envelopes and boxes. This sure beats a Velcro patch or zipper any time. It adds to that mail and parcel look whenever you tote around your iPad. Just don’t make the mistake of dropping the iPostcard into a mailbox when you’re sending out your real mail.
If you want to get an iPostcard of your own, you can order via Goodluck Goods’ Etsy shop for only $39.99. This will make an excellent gift for your iPad-loving friends and relatives, as the iPostcard’s inner lining has three different neon colors to choose from: pink, orange, or green. You can also pick from any of three addresses printed on your fake brown envelope. It will seem like your iPad was mailed from Paris, London, or New York.
Another bonus come-on for the iPostcard: its packaging is also made of recycled materials.
Via: Design Boom