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Open Road Open Buggy iPhone5 Case

by David Arment

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Open Road Open Buggy iPhone5 Case

The watermark at the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final product.

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Black

$38.50

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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!

Back View

Angled Back View

Front View

Angled Front View

Inside View

About the Artist

David Arment

We live in Amish country in the Northern portion of Indiana. We love taking pictures of the rural scenes in this area, particularly of the Amish way of life. My photography began in High School about 1968. As the high school photographer I learned how to use a camera, how to use a light meter, flash and the other basics of light, time, film speed, etc. Later, when I could afford it, I had a dark room. The dark room taught me a lot, including how to take a picture in the field knowing what could be done later to make improvements in the darkroom. All the experience helped with the purchase of a digital camera. I now use several different software programs (Photoshop, Topaz Labs "plug ins" mostly) to achieve the desired look. I now use...