This form-fitting aluminium cover for the iPhone X/XS is a great way to add a little personality to your new phone. Sleek and lightweight, this protective case helps you avoid scratches, scuffs, chips and cracks, and it can act as a buffer should you accidentally drop your phone. All designs/images should be uploaded at 400 dpi.
Made of flexible black rubber
Notched for cord connections, speakers, camera and volume toggles
Rubber button covers
PLEASE NOTE: We are not responsible for any damage that may occur to the phone. We recommend avoiding excessive bending to the phone case to prolong its life.
Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
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Sci-Fi Alien Space Reactor - Fractal
Sci-Fi Alien Space Reactor. This artwork was created using fractal geometry. Progressive Rock and Heavy Metal bands use similar images. It also resemble artwork of Roger Dean from YES. Computer Art.
Tags: computer art, fantasy, metal, rock 'n' roll, abstract, stars, Rock and roll, space, alien, futuristic, science fiction, sci-fi, science, fractal, hard rock, heavy metal, progressive rock, galaxy
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