M-Edge Accessories has launched a new line of tablet and eReader cases that dress up your device like a book and let you design and personalize the jackets. Here is more info:
A unique feature of MyEdge is the Style Library, a gallery featuring artwork exclusively commissioned for MyEdge by well-known artists from around the world. The Style Library includes artists like Amy Ruppel and Christopher Bettig, as well as iconic cover artwork from past issues of The New Yorker. In addition, the Style Library offers an assortment of vintage book cover artwork through partner Out of Print. Book covers offered in MyEdge include Moby Dick, Catch 22, Slaughterhouse 5, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and more. The Style Library also includes official NCAA-licensed logos from the Universities of Virginia, Washington, Maryland, and others for students and alumni looking to showcase their school spirit.
The MyEdge website provides all the drawing and design tools a user needs in an easy-to-navigate toolbar. Customers select the device they want to accessorize?Kindle, iPad, or Nook?then use the MyEdge design tools to design and edit their "blank canvas."
After laying out their selected photo, pattern, text, or artwork, the customer can choose from a black or mocha microfiber leather spine and stitching accents for their jacket. Before placing their order, the customer can review a photo-realistic rendering of the jacket they have created. Once the jacket is approved and finalized, the design is printed on sturdy canvas using eco-friendly water-based inks. Before shipping, each jacket is coated with Scotchgard? protection to enhance its durability.
MyEdge jackets are printed and assembled in the United States, which allows customers to receive their creations in as little as two weeks.