The Phone Maketh The Man

Many people like to personalise their own phone case in order to match and remember their profession. A teacher may imprint a proud picture of her and her whole class after they won on sports day or a wedding planner may choose to incorporate her favourite ever photo of a client’s venue onto a personalised phone case.  But what would architects use in remembrance of uncovering the pride and joy of their career?

Perhaps, as an architect, you have discovered a castle fit for only the most omnipotent of past kings that is complete with layers of jagged castellation and crumbling walls that whisper the secrets of a thousand years. Your pride in the project is highly understandable as I’m sure most of us would kill to be famous for uncovering a hidden historical building that plays a huge role in the history of Britain so why not make a souvenir of the day in commemoration of your remarkable discovery?

Personalised phone cases are a fantastic way to incorporate your dearest of memories with a precious object that is kept on you at all times – your smart phone. Just like humans, during the winter and even the summer your phone will be exposed to dramatic seasonal fluctuations meaning that it requires some form of protection in order to stay safe during the perils of British weather.

Not only can a personalised phone case keep your phone warm, cosy and safe it can also enhance the initial appearance of your smart phone by adding an idiosyncratic touch to your phone.

So, if you want to share your discoveries with those closest to you why not imprint a photograph of your unearthing so you can hold that day close to your heart forever.

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