Why so serious? These three new, unique, and colorful cases will put on a smile on your face while protecting your latest investment.
Thanks to a collaboration between InCase and The Andy Warhol Foundation, the new Advertisments Protective Sleeve ($59.95) honors the artistic genius by presenting his art on a silkscreened canvas that wraps securely around your 13- or 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro. The case is weather-resistant on the outside and lined with suede on the inside. It even includes custom Warhol-branded zipper pulls. The same design is also available as an iPhone 4 case ($39.95), iPad jacket ($79.95), or 11-inch MacBook Air sleeve ($49.95).
Inspired by the fabulous Miss Juanita More from San Francisco and designed by local artist Jonathan Solo, the More Market Messenger ($130) is rather unassuming from the outside, but under the flap you’ll find a striking portrait of the bag’s colorful namesake set in a floral pattern. This bag offers a space for a laptop, as well as two pockets (perfect for toting wine bottles) and space for food, flowers, and silverware. The waterproof liner and lightweight design make it perfect for a picnic in the park. Rickshaw donates 30 percent of the sale of this bag to the GSA Network to support LGBTQ youth.
With a little know-how and four AAA batteries, you’ll be jamming on the black canvas Electronic Rock Guitar Bag from ThinkGeek in no time. Turn on the mini-amp on the front of this $49.99 messenger bag, turn up the volume, strum your thumb across the fingerboard, and play chords by touching the buttons on the neck of the Electronic Rock Guitar Bag. All major chords that play on the bag were originally recorded on a real electric guitar. Inside you’ll find enough space for a 17-inch laptop, two large file pockets, and six smaller pockets. Magnetic clasps hold the top flap down while you rock out.