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Retro Reflection iPhone5 Case

by Mary Beth Landis

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Retro Reflection iPhone5 Case

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$35.00

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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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Angled Back View

Front View

Angled Front View

Inside View

About the Artist

Mary Beth Landis

Photographic images by Mary Beth Landis are of views in everyday life but with an angle…..literally. She sees the world in geometric shapes. The majority of her work is in color. Colors have an impact that can overpower the basic shape of a single object or scene. Mary Beth sees the sights as a puzzle to discover the angles and shapes then selects a point of view that best captures the subject. As a teenager she painted with oils on canvas but was dissatisfied that the paintings did not have sharp perfect lines and true colors. So she stopped painting and began writing poetry and short stories about everyday life as her creative outlet. In the early 1980’s Mary Beth’s husband recognized her fascination with vacation pictures and...