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Leading Obama Left iPhone5 Case

by Mark Robbins

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Leading Obama Left iPhone5 Case

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FAA iPhone Cases

 

All iPhone cases are custom manufactured using your selected image.

 

Your iPhone case will ship out from our production facility within 1 - 2 business days of your order date.

 

You can customize the size and position of the image on the case by clicking and dragging the image and using the horizontal scroll bar, above.

 

The case color (white or black) will only be visible if you shrink the image so that it does not fill the entire case.

 

Each iPhone case comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About iPhone 5 Cases

Protect your iPhone 5 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case.   The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation.   Simply snap the case onto your iPhone 5 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!

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About the Artist

Mark Robbins

My life as an artist has had many twists and turns. As you can tell from my resume at Kingsland Gardens. I've had many previous lives, none of which really involved true art. While I always prided myself on my control of the screen landscape, I never pursued the image. Over the years, there has been a burr under my saddle that has expressed itself in a restlessness to move to a different future. I think many of my previous jobs were stepping stones along this path. When I eventually broke down and tried to address it, the screen play "Christia" was the first attempt at defining the vison. Whether it shows or not, slaving over "Christia" made me realize that the feelings had been with me for decades. The next step along this...