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Swash is a British designer label founded in 2011 by Sarah Swash and Toshio Yamanaka. The company specializes in designing and manufacturing ready-to-wear clothing collections, a line of silk scarves, and lately, smartphone and Swash tablet cases. On top of their own line of products the brand also collaborates with a range of renowned companies including Etam, Absolut, SHOWStudio, Habitat, and others to provide their unique designs. The company’s items can be recognized by their unique designs inspired by rare flora and fauna depictions in early European natural history.
Device owners looking to buy Swash tablet cases have very limited options open to them. The brand’s current tablet accessory variety is limited to just one tablet back protector – Let Them Eat Jelly ($91), which is compatible with the iPad 2 and later generations. The case features one of the brand’s renowned design prints and is manufactured in bright pink color.
Swash applied their eye-catching designs, inspired by early European history flora and fauna pictures, on a single tablet case. This design provides a unique combination of technical precision and logical absurd, making the tablet accessory truly one-of-a-kind. The combination of color and design suggests this case is made for women, but who says men can’t wear pink?