Greensleeve: A Plastic-Free iPad 2 Sleeve Made With Zero Electricity

by , 01/25/12   filed under: Eco-Fashion Brands, Eco-Friendly Accessories

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The Greensleeve iPad 2 case by Gone Studio is devoid of many things. Clad in all-natural wool felt with a steel-button closure, it’s completely plastic-free, a conscious decision by LEED-certified designer George Elvin in the aftermath of the Gulf Coast oil spill. The case is also made entirely without electricity—by Elvin himself, in fact—on a 1935 foot-powered Singer sewing machine in his Indianopolis studio. Still not impressed? Elvin assembled the machine himself from salvaged components. It lives!

+ Greensleeve $29.90 at Amazon

+ Gone Studio

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