Add a little personality oomph to your iPhone 5 without the extra pocket bulk of a case; opt instead for something thin-skinned. If concerns that the phone's aluminum back cover is easily scratched, skins by GelaSkins will keep your gadget looking as fresh as the day you unboxed it, while also letting that geek flag fly high. Plus — each skin has a matching digital wallpaper to keep your iPhone fully accessorized. Check out our skins of choice in the galley.
If you're looking for a unique way to decorate your tech, GelaSkins is the way to go. With hundreds of fun and funky designs, there's a skin for just about any piece of tech you own, from a Kindle to an iPad, iPhones, BlackBerrys, even the Motorola Droid series. Now they've partnered with Charity: Water for a special line of skins.
Charity: Water is an organization dedicated to providing clean drinking water to developing countries where it isn't readily available. Designs range from a blue doodle to a design made up of the yellow water jugs the organization uses to bring water to those in need, to stunning photography from areas of the world it was able to help. One-hundred percent of the net proceeds from each skin will go directly to the cause.
Personalizing your tech goodies is more popular than ever thanks to cases, skins, and other accoutrements to personalize phones, laptops, and any other gadget you can imagine! Now, hilarious t-shirt site BustedTees (makers of one of my favorite geeky t-shirts of all time) has partnered with GelaSkins on a new line of decals.
The new designs, available for a variety of devices from the new HTC EVO 4G to the iPhone to your laptop or iPod, all feature witty and hilarious designs by the BustedTees crew and range from $15-$30 depending on the device. Each one is funnier than the next — I can't pick a favorite!
Check out the rest of my favorite designs when you read more.
They're here! The GelaSkins for iPhone 4 have arrived, and there are more than 120 colorful designs to choose from. If you're not familiar, GelaSkins are thin layers of adhesive that attach to your phone (or Kindle or computer) giving it a colorful, artistic, and distinctive look, with no sticky residue.
The recent line of skins for the iPhone 4 includes a huge array of designs from various artists, each retailing for $15. Plus, download the free iPhone wallpaper when you place your order to complete your phone's new look.
And, a special added bonus for iPhone 4 GelaSkin users: the skin covers up your phone's antenna, so no worries about those annoying dropped calls everyone is talking about. There are so many design options to choose from, I can't pick a favorite, so check out five of my favorite GelaSkin designs below.
And for my full top 10 list of favorite skins, keep reading.
Today, GelaSkins announced its latest comic-themed skins from Marvel. Choose from 75 templates for your laptops, iPhones, and iPods, some of which were ripped straight from the comics themselves. Personally, I like the comic book cover collage which features new and retro covers alike. Would look pretty sick on your laptop, no? Prices start at $15, so head over and choose your superhero now!
If you're a comics fan, you'll already know who Frank Miller is. But if the name isn't ringing any bells, let me introduce you. Frank Miller is a Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse graphic novelist, and the genius mind behind both Sin City and 300. His distinct noir esthetic inspired a new style of filmmaking, and such, he brings his unique taste to your laptops and iPhones with the new line of skins from GelaSkins.
Although a few of the Sin City skins could be a bit racy by some standards (and possibly by those of you who don't know the graphic novels), however, this image from 300 is probably my favorite. Prices start at $15 for iPhone skins, and up to $30 for laptop skins.
Although your gifting to-do list may be overflowing with relatives and friends this holiday season, don't forget the people that you spend a majority of your day with — your co-workers! I know I chat more with my office mates than most of my relatives, so they have to be pretty high on my list. Check out these simple gifts that will go a long way in the "thought" department. That's what counts anyway, right?
Even if you didn't get to party with Tim Burton himself on Tuesday night for the unveiling of his career-spanning collection of art in NYC, you can still go check out the goods at the MoMA, and now can don your iPhone or laptop in his work as well. GelaSkins is known for their huge selection of artist-inspired gadget skins, and have plucked the artwork right out of Burton's "The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories" and handed it to us in a collection called Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys.
The iPhone skins will set you back $15, and the Laptop skins start at $30, but seems like a deal if you're a Burton fangirl, or just adore his creepy-cute art, like I do.
I can't help but gravitate toward vintage gadgets (I am the founding member of the Vintage Geek group, you know), so mash-ups of old and new stuff is something I'm totally into.
This particular skin from Gelaskin ($15) tugged at my heartstrings, mostly because it reminded me of my first boombox that I carried around with me to sleepovers, my backyard, and even a few times to school (my teachers were not pleased with that last location).
I'm kinda digging this skin for my iPhone, but I'm not sure I could handle it taking up permanent residence there. What do you think?