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October Rain iPhone 12, 13 & 14 Case

by Philip Straub

Personalize and protect your iPhone with original artwork by Philip Straub. Our iPhone cases come in two styles; The sleek and minimal Snap Case and the bombproof Tough Case. Both styles have a prominent 1-2mm front lip to protect the front of the iPhone. As always, they are carefully printed to our exacting standards in our Toronto studio. Trusted by artists around the world since 2005.

  • Premium, rugged Lexan Polycarbonate hard shell casing
  • Printed with 3D transfer technology for vibrant gallery-grade image quality that wraps all the way around to the front of the case
  • Tough Cases feature an added TPU shock-absorbing, button-protecting liner for full coverage and 5 foot drop protection
  • Made in Toronto, Canada

Add a 2-pack of GelaShield tempered glass display protectors for maximum protection (bundle option available when adding to cart).

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Well worth it

Great case, beautiful print, and love how the case came in a little custom bag. Stands out above the rest.

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A great case!

I get compliments all the time.

Chrissy S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Upgraded from Snap to Tough Case

I've used Gelaskins Snap Cases for years, and the most recent case design tended to crack more easily around the corners than before when dropped. So, I upgraded to a Tough Case. After 1 month, I can report that it works well to protect the phone from drops, and the case hasn't broken yet. The sacrifice is that the Tough Case is slightly bulkier, which I am fine with. Aesthetically, I have a white and rose gold phone, so the black rubberized parts of the case are visually very stark against the white, which breaks up the beauty of the seamless screen photo to case patterning. Here again, the loss in aesthetic is a fine trade off for a better functioning case.