Journeying Spirit Bear iPhone X/Xs - Impact Phone Case
'Journeying Spirit Bear'. Digital Art by Mat Miller.
Sold by Mat Miller. Fulfilled by Illustrate.
Paired with Miller's other piece, Journeying Spirit Deer, this wonderous digital illustration fills you with awe.
Mat is a British artist, in fact a Bristol local, who, working out his studio on Stokes Croft, uses a combination of traditional illustration and digital painting to create dazzling, vibrant multi-media pieces.
- 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.
- Impact technology: Our latest technology brings you the Impact range. Utilising 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. With a deeper cherry wood veneer this case captures all the intricacies of our artwork and provides that extra strength to protect 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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