Infectious has cases! Well, some. This is a limited edition of ten of your favorite designs. So get them quick before they’re gone! These light-weight, low-profile, hard cases fit the iPhone 4 and 4S. They’re made of ABS plastic and use a unique digital in-mold process that makes them chemical resistant and cleanable! They’re even waterproof… without the iPhone of course! And made right here in the US of A. They’re also affordable at a cool $28.99 protect your iPhone in style without breaking the bank. Happy Holidays!
Here at Infectious we’re a big fan of trompe l’oeil designs – artwork that tricks your eye and makes your friends do a double take when you get your iPhone out and put it on the table in a bar. So we challenged our community of artists to channel the phrase “Transformers: Devices in Disguise and design a laptop, iPhone or iPod skin that would conceal the identity of the device underneath it.
We saw some dynamite submissions but these were the ones that buckled our knees and tickled our funny bone…
Back slaps and $750 are awarded to Estera Kecek and her whimsical card design Let’s Play. Brownie points also go to our runners up Michael Tesch for his homage to a certain classic controller with Infectious ES, to Greg Koenig and his strum-tastic iAcoustic and Dennis McNulty for kickin‘ it old school with his Supertape Cassette.
Congratulations to all the winners and a huge thank you to all those who shared their imaginative ideas with us!
Infectious is a little hot and bothered as we announce this week’s catalog launch from Dennis McNulty. His pieces, titled Zoe 1981 and Medcalf 1981, were inspired by the iconic pin-up artists Zoë Mozert and Bill Medcalf. It all started when a six year old Dennis stumbled upon his Father’s stash of vintage Playboy magazines. Although he was a little unsettled by the photographs in the magazine, he was strangely transfixed by the drawings of pin-up models nestled amongst the advertisements for cars, cigarettes, and bachelorwear. An artist was born and years later we see the fruit of his creative labor with work from his most recent show, 1981 Pervert. With his latest additions to the Infectious catalog, Dennis holds true to the urban inspired aesthetic that he is known for while still keeping us guessing as he expertly combines retro and modern imagery with iconic dames of years past.