Leica iPhone 5 Case

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

By all accounts designer Maxime de Keiser of Les Forges MDK can do no wrong. After recently debuting the DeLorean iPhone case, the designer now has another trick up his sleeve with the introduction of these Leica iPhone 5 cases.

Keiser has been designing products like this for years, and each of his offerings seem to get better than the last. The cases are offered up in four different leather color options, all of which have been stamped with a tiny red and white Leica logo on the bottom the corner. Just like the Back to the Future cases, these are nothing more than concepts for the time being. Seeing how much attention Keiser has been receiving for his design skills, we are hoping that someday his products will start to become a reality.

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