Ergonomic case, printed on a 3D printer, albeit not one hundred percent and protects the iPhone from all sides, but is a great alternative to the conventional rectangles. In Japan, as reported by Buro247, minimalistic accessory is especially in demand.
3D-boutique MonoCircus prints from colored plastic stuff for the house (like a stand for business cards), jewelry (earrings, pendants) and other things. Tested on print design case for iPhone inspired by the sea devil, he’s a manta ray, allowed the company to declare itself seriously.
Plastic case Manta in versions for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus repeats the curves of the body of the mysterious sea creatures — great and smoothly floating in the water Stingray. The accessory is attached in three places — the corners of the smartphone and its side — and may not protect from all harm, but from the ordinary for sure. MonoCircus offers to choose the colour of the cover and pick it up yourself for $34.
I must say that the case for iPhone in the form of a Stingray – not the most original accessory from the Country of the rising sun. Previously, the company Hamee began selling the box in the form of a huge crustacean creatures. Accessory in the form of an animal with a terrifying appearance also has acquired a special popularity in Japan.