We added new artwork from one of our most popular artists, Joshua Davis, on I Make My Case this week!
We’d love to see what kinds of designs you can come up with so we decided to do a little contest. Check out all the details below!
1. DESIGN a custom Joshua Davis case. See instructions below!
2. POST the image in the comments of this blog post.
3. We will choose our three favorite designers to win a free case!
If you have any issues posting the image to the blog, please email email@example.com .
How to Design Your Own Case:
1. Start by going to iMakeMyCase.com and select your DEVICE. Then click ‘Choose this Case‘.
Currently we can customize cases for the Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant, Blackberry Bold 9700, Blackberry Curve 8520/9300, iPod Touch 4G, iPhone 3G/3GS and iPhone 4. In addition to Barely There we offer a Tough case for the iPhone 3/3GS and 4 – and also an ID case for the iPhone 4. More device options will be available soon, including iPad 2 and Evo 3D!
2. Once you click ‘Choose this Case‘ you will be brought to the I Make My Case gallery. Here you can scroll through all our artists and bands. Scroll to the Joshua Davis case and select it by clicking on the design.
3. After you select Joshua Davis, the animation will zoom you into the Joshua Davis Design Studio, where you can make a custom design based on all the NIN album artwork.
- Begin by selecting your favorite background
- Then start adding some of the different design elements
- You can also play around with the Mirror, Colorize or Kaleidoscope tool.
- If you want to go back a step click UNDO. If you want to start from a new canvas click RESET. If you want to save your design for later click SAVE.
4. Finally, once you have finished designing your case. Click SAVE and you will be taken to a screen where you can buy, download or share an image of your case on Facebook, Twitter or Flickr! You can return to edit your case by clicking EDIT.
Joshua Davis is a New York based artist, designer, and technologist producing both public and private work for companies, collectors and institutions. “Davis creates his work through explorations of the technical and aesthetic limits of software programs to generate unique visual compositions according to rules-based, randomized processes.” -Cooper Hewitt The results are often what Joshua refers to as “the beautiful accident”. He was named one of the Ten Most Creative People by the IPPA (Internet Professional Publishers Association), and was the winner of the 2001 Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica in the category “Net Excellence,” the highest honor in international digital art and design. His works have been displayed at the Tate Modern (London), Le Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Moma (New York), and the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt.