Just in time for Valentine’s Day, DODOcase released new special edition iPad and Kindle Fire cases. They cost slightly more than the standard versions with the Kindle Fire models costing $69 and then $79 for the iPad 2 versions. But nothing says love quite like a unique case.
The artwork for the Love Me case comes courtesy of Curtis Kulig, famed street artist (watch here). DODOcases already dripping with sex appeal. This model ups the ante with Kulig’s signature brand done up in gold writing on either a red or black case.
The Vintage Love case features an ornate gold design for an antique feel, which is furthered by the DODOcase’s signature bookbinding construction. Just like DODOcases traditional models, these are hand-made in San Francisco and are among the best iPad cases we’ve tested.
The DODOcase philosophy is simple, manufacture things locally and help keep the art of bookbinding alive and well by adapting it to a world of e-readers and iPads. Each DODOcase cover has its own unique character as it was handmade in San Francisco using techniques developed hundreds of years ago.