About a month ago, we told you about a customizable iPad case made out of 100 percent recycled cardboard. The idea is that the inexpensive case can be sketched on, painted, or decorated with decoupage. Griffin Technology has a similar idea. However, their iPad sleeve is made from 100 percent compostable material, so when you are done using it, you can throw it in your compost bin so it doesn’t take up space in our landfills.
The Papernomad is made from such materials as paper, wool, and hemp. Not only are the materials 100 percent compostable, they are also completely organic, so this iPad sleeve is just about as green as they get.
The cover is made from tear resistant, multi-layered paper composite so you can scribble all over it and make it your own. The thick, padded material protects your iPad from damage if it is dropped, plus it keeps out dust and debris that could scratch your screen.
The Papernomad for iPad costs $50 and is hand-made with a hemp pull strap and wool lining. There is also an iPad mini case for $40. You can purchase the Papernomad from the company’s website today.