Handmade Steampunk iPhone 4 Case

We have introduced all kinds of nice protective case for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. But if you are a big fan of steampunk creations, the following handmade steampunk iPhone 4 case may be able to draw your more attention.

Handmade Steampunk iPhone 4 Case

This is a unique and exquisite protective case designed for both iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, and handmade by Paul Marsh, a model and prop maker in the film industry. As we can see from the images, the handmade iPhone 4S case features an awesome steampunk style, and comes with various necessary elements that need to be on a steampunk creation such as gears and other parts from clock and watch, rivet-like decors, weathering coating and more. Moreover, the steampunk iPhone 4 case also features a durable silicone structure in order to protect the iPhone 4 or 4S from bumps and scratches. Apart from that, the buttons and functions of your iPhone is accessible via custom cutouts.

Handmade Steampunk iPhone 4 Case

The handmade steampunk iPhone 4 case is available in two coatings including Salvaged and Antique, each one is priced at $64 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Etsy for more details. Additionally, also don’t miss other nice options via “iPhone 4 case” tag.

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Kaiser Soze

Hey Paul, I think your cases are killer pieces of art! Very nice work. You obviously have some knowlege of mechanical machines because it really does look as if someone took the back off of a clock or other complex machine. Forget about Robb. He probably has gears glued to coffe cups on Etsy.
I’m thinking about switching from android to iphones just so I can get this case!
Keep up the awesome work!

Cool looking case and superb workmanship but it honestly just looks like a very cool piece of corroded machinery, like the internals of a clock or vending machine on steroids. Steampunk is more than just gears or trying to look like something from the Victorian age.. It’s about being funky with the idea and giving something the look of a science fiction gadget from a Jules Verne story or something James Bond would use in 1884-1920. When you pull something like that out people should not be able to assume what it is. Don’t overdo it. And gears or not… Read more »
Bob Bobberson

WOW! That’s really cool! I’ve always had an interest for steampunk machines and stuff like that. It’s really amazing to see that. Thanks for sharing! 🙂