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The folks at Carsonified have just launched hugmymac.com, where they showcase an incredibly exclusive collection (a total of nine in existence) of staff created MacBook Pro and iPhone sleeves. The best part is that the sleeves aren’t for sale, they’re free – for “those who really […]

The folks at Carsonified have just launched hugmymac.com, where they showcase an incredibly exclusive collection (a total of nine in existence) of staff created MacBook Pro and iPhone sleeves. The best part is that the sleeves aren’t for sale, they’re free – for “those who really need them”. You can fill out the (very) short form on the site to tell founder Ryan Carson and company why you’re worthy of owning one of these beauties.

What’s really impressive is that this entire project, knitting included, took Carsonified all of a week. That’s impressive.

So if you’re banging up your MacBook Pro and/or iPhone and “really need” a snazzy case, hit the site up. Personally, I’m a big fan of “Framed“. Man, I hate Comic Sans.

  1. These sleeves are amazing!

    As a total mac-head, you would think that I and other macbook users would go for drop dead stylish designs like neoprene.

    But I really like hand made things like the sleeves you mentioned there.

    It must be the hippy in me coming out again!

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