Durable and discreet, our Hardshell Case offers complete protection for your MacBook in a simple and sophisticated design. Featuring hard-wearing, injection-molded construction, our Hardshell Case is designed with exacting proportions to provide a custom fit and unobstructed access to all device features.
In addition to White gloss, the Hardshell Case is available in two new hues – Vivid Turquoise and Royal Purple – finished with our signature soft-touch coating. All three colors are available now for MacBook (white unibody) and soon for 13″ MacBook Pro, 15″ MacBook Pro and 17″ MacBook Pro.
This is our first release of Hardshell Cases custom fit for the MacBook (white unibody) released by Apple in October 2009. Be sure to carefully select the Hardshell Case that is specifically designed for your MacBook. If you have any questions, call our Consumer Support team at 1-888-283-8288. They are happy to help you make the right selection.
We are excited to showcase a line of Incase products created to commemorate the opening of the Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre. Featuring a pyramid graphic inspired by the neighboring museum’s landmark architecture, the limited edition Messenger Bag, 15″ Sleeve and Slider Case are available beginning November 7 exclusively at the new Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, France.
The Incase products for the Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre are the latest of a series of exclusive products designed and created for new Apple Store openings around the world. Please visit our new Apple Exclusives page in the Projects section to learn more about the Incase releases past and present.
Exclusifs Apple: Incase pour l’Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre
Nous sommes heureux de vous présenter une nouvelle ligne de produits Incase pour célébrer l’ouverture de l’Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre. Avec un graphisme inspiré par l’architecture du musée voisin, le Sac à Bandoulière, la Pochette pour MacBook 15″ et Etui à Coulisse pour iPhone 3GS en éditions limitées seront disponibles exclusivement à l’Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre à partir du 7 novembre 2009.
Les produits Incase pour l’Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre sont les derniers d’une série de produits exclusivement conçu pour les nouvelles ouvertures de magasins Apple partout dans le monde. Veuillez visiter notre nouvelle page Apple Exclusives dans la section Projets pour découvrir les sorties de produits Incase passées et présentes.
Celebrating the city that elevated André’s graffiti to cult status in the creative world, the fifth installment of Curated by Arkitip features the artist’s distinctive “Mr. A” stick figure character. Once seen everywhere from city walls to high fashion magazines and collaborations, Mr. A appears on the signature Incase 15″ Sleeve and Slider Case alongside André’s interpretation of the French tricolour.
The Paris-themed André products for Curated by Arkitip are timed to release in parallel with the opening of the first Apple retail location in France and will be available on opening day at the Apple Store, Carrousel du Louvre adjacent to the renowned art museum in Paris.
“André embodies the creative spirit and vibrancy of Paris, so it was only natural to introduce his contribution to Curated by Arkitip as Apple opens its first retail store in France,” said Damon Way, Incase Chief Brand Officer. “We are excited to do this with André to celebrate his artistic legacy and Paris, a city that artists from all walks of life continue to draw inspiration from.”
We’ve joined forces with honeyee.com and experimental menswear brand uniform experiment to introduce the highly limited-edition uniform experiment 13″ Sleeve. Designed to fit up to a 13″ MacBook Pro, the notebook sleeve features an all-over safety pin graphic, a signature emblem of uniform experiment, and is available now exclusively through our webstore in the United States and via Apple, honeyee.com and uniform experiment in Japan.
Sharing an appreciation and respect for design, quality, art and culture, Incase, honeyee.com and uniform experiment came together to present a collective representation of each brand in one cohesive product. The result was the uniform experiment 13″ Sleeve. As a protective solution for essential technology, the uniform experiment 13″ Sleeve takes a traditional, signature Incase product and adds styling and graphic elements from the uniform experiment brand.
uniform experiment is the collaborative brainchild of Hiroshi Fujiwara (fragment design) and Hirofumi Kiyonaga (SOPHNET.). The brand aims to challenge perceived notions of business wear by reconstructing traditional styles with a fresh approach to create a reinterpretation of the business uniform.
The uniform experiment 13″ Sleeve is available in two colorways, black/white (US, Japan) and black/green (Japan only), exclusively through our webstore, Apple Japan, honeyee.com and uniform experiment.
Today we launch the latest installment of the Curated by Arkitip project with New York-based HunterGatherer. The brainchild of Todd St. John, HunterGatherer is an award-winning design, illustration, animation and production studio.
St. John and frequent HunterGatherer collaborator Gary Benzel created the woodgrain pattern and have applied it to products ranging from furniture to skateboard decks. The signature design has been reintroduced for Curated by Arkitip, ornamenting two of our own signature products: the MacBook Sleeve and iPhone Slider Case.
HunterGatherer is known for its spare, but inventive projects, often combining experimental and hand-built techniques with more complex methods. Since 2000, HunterGatherer has stayed decidedly small, focusing on a limited number of assignments across a wide range of mediums. The HunterGatherer products for Curated by Arkitip add to the studio’s body of work, which include a number of animation projects for clients such as Nike, VH1 and The New York Times T: Magazine, as well as ongoing work for New York City’s green initiative, GreeNYC.
The HunterGatherer 15″ Sleeve for MacBook Pro and HunterGatherer Slider Case for iPhone 3G S and iPhone 3G are available today in our webstore and arkitip.com with availability following shortly in select Apple retail stores and better boutiques.
To learn more about the project, watch the video featuring interviews with HunterGatherer artists Todd St. John and Gary Benzel.
Yesterday’s keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference brought an air of excitement and anticipation with the introduction of both the new iPhone 3G S and a refreshed MacBook Pro family.
Incase for iPhone 3G S
Because iPhone 3G S will retain the same form as iPhone 3G, current Incase iPhone 3G cases are expected to be compatible with iPhone 3G S. We’re looking forward to the June 19 iPhone 3G S launch when we will be able to confirm the utmost compatibility with all Incase products.
Just as the iPhone has become the mobile phone of choice since its introduction, we strive to be the brand of choice for iPhone owners by continuing to offer a variety of cases for any and every user. Be on the lookout for updates about our new protective solutions that we’ll be introducing in the near future.
A MacBook For Every User
MacBook family upgrades, price reductions and a new 13″ addition to the MacBook Pro family were welcomed announcements out of WWDC.
For new MacBook owners looking for a carrying solution, our current offering of Neoprene Sleeves and Nylon Sleeves are compatible with each notebook of their respective size. We are currently working to create custom fit Hardshell Cases for all sizes within the new MacBook Pro family.
Keep checking with us for all the latest product news and information.
The third installment of Curated by Arkitip launches today with Steven Harrington. The Los Angeles based artist, who has received international recognition for his commercial and self-inspired art projects, created the custom design featured on the Steven Harrington Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15″ and Slider Case for iPhone 3G, both available today.
Harrington’s print work for Curated by Arkitip is representative of his signature aesthetic, incorporating a multiplicty of colorful patterns symbolic of connectivity and community. His designs are often times created from past experiences and childhood memories in addition to influence from Time-Life Encyclopedias 1965-1972, thrift stores and the 60s pysch sounds of The Moody Blues. Harrington leaves his work open for personal interpretation, infusing tangible objects that people can relate to like a photograph or memory.
Featuring a frosted hardshell exterior, soft-touch coating, raised rubber feet, thermal vents, and trouble-free access to all features, this is the most sophisticated and discreet option in notebook protection.
The 17″ Hardshell Case is in the process of being reworked to custom fit the new MacBook Pro.
Here’s a close-up photo of the 15″ MacBook Pro sleeve by Los Angeles artist Steven Harrington who is featured in the third installment of the Curated by Arkitip series.
Products will be available for MacBook Pro 15″ and iPhone 3G on February 12.
The second installment of the Curated by Arkitip project launches today with Parra. The prolific Dutch artist, who has received international recognition in both the commercial and fine art worlds, created the custom design featured on the Parra Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15″ and Parra Slider Case for iPhone 3G, both available today.
Parra’s design for Curated by Arkitip is representative of his signature aesthetic, featuring bold, hand-drawn graphics inspired by the ruckus of old cartoon fights. Known for combining bright colors and his mastery of illustrated fonts with a twist of wit, Parra’s work is sought after by a new generation of design fanatics who appreciate his unique style that is heavily influenced by early nineties music and street culture.