Into The Wilderness iPhone 6/6S - Slim Phone Case
'Into The Wilderness'. Digital Art by Liam Ashurst.
Sold by Liam Ashurst. Fulfilled by Illustrate.
A minimalist, graphic design which draws from the artists appreciation of woodcut art.
Liam Ashurst, the first artist to join our collective, is a graphic designer hailing from North Wales but now based in Leeds. Despite swapping rolling hills for roundabouts, Liam’s upbringing in rural Wales has left him with a deep love for nature and the outdoors, a love that is easy to spot in his work.
- For every case sold we plant a tree! Making sure we always give back more than we take!
- This is a naturally sourced and made product therefore all cases are unique and won’t be identical to the display case.
- Slim technology: Our slim range utilises a fully protective black rubberised-plastic chassis with an inner cherry wood veneer, this case offers full button and socket access whilst protecting your phone from drops, bashes and knocks. Our Slim cases sport a thin wooden veneer which gives them a smaller frame to fit seamlessly on your phone
Please keep cases out of water/extensive heat to ensure longevity.
We currently have three shipping tiers covering the UK and select European countries. If your country is not available for delivery and you wish to make an order over £150.00 please get in touch via this form for a custom shipping quote.
Mainland UK. Tracked 2-4 Days: £3.99 - £4.99 depending on weight. If you spend over £100 postage is FREE.
Europe Tier 1. Tracked 3-6 Days: £12.99. If you spend over £150 postage is FREE.
Countries Include: France, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Spain, Austria & Slovakia.
Europe Tier 2. Tracked 4-8 Days: £15.99. If you spend over £200 postage is FREE.
Countries and regions include: Guernsey, Italy, Switzerland & Czech Republic
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