Did you ever think about using paper for cases for your electronic devices? Well, a Vienna-based collected named Papernomad decided to start creating bags, covers, and cases for mobile devices using multiple layers of tear and water-resistant, as well as flame-retardant paper.
The cases come with a lining made out of sheep’s wool and a magnetic hemp closure. Since the covers are made from paper, you can sketch or paint directly on them to give them added character.
The MacBook Air sleeve sells for $58 (USD) and the iPad 2 sleeve sells for $47 over at Roots. There’s also an iPod Touch sleeve for $32, which might also fit iPhones, but it might be a tight squeeze.