<p>Made to protect against daily wear and tear, the Caseable iPad case features a water-resistant fabric wrapped hardcover exterior, secure elastic strap closure, and rubberized edges (also great for alternative device viewing angles). Customize the case exterior with your photos, designs, or text then choose from five microsuede leather interior colors to complement its look. Featuring the highest quality printing and American craftsmanship, this case is the perfect display folio for your device.</p>
Designed for the Apple iPad 2/3/4.
Water-resistant fabric wrapped hardcover exterior with elastic strap closure.
Microsuede interior with document pocket and elastic device corners straps.
Rubberized edges create folded viewing stand.
Handmade with recycled materials in Brooklyn, New York.
This piece celebrates one of humanity's most ancient and universal sacred concepts; the Sacred Mother.
The earliest piece of human art ever found is a voluptuous female figure, known as the Woman of Willendorf, thought to represent a Mother Goddess.
The Sacred Mother embodies many things; the feminine gender, fertility and the creation of life, nurturing and comfort, purity, protection, unconditional love and the earth itself, among others.
Every culture has a mother figure in their mythology. They are often the female counterpart to the main male god, but many scholars believe that in earlier pagan (pre-Christian) times, the goddess was regarded as the supreme deity because of her exclusive ability to give birth.
In this piece, the Christian figure of the Virgin Mary (the mother of Jesus Christ) is central. Her pregnant belly is represented by a mandala made of intersecting heart shapes that signify a mother's unconditional love. Below this is an image of the Paleolithic Women of Willendorf, mentioned above.
I've imagined her in the style of a Hindu goddess with multiple arms. In one hand she holds an egg, in the other, a sprouting acorn. Both of these are symbols of fertility and new life.
She stands upon a lotus flower, a Buddhist emblem of purity and enlightenment. She is surrounded by a doorway adorned with flames, which signifies protection, purity and holiness. The halo also represents divinity, the roses atop her head are symbols of love and beauty. The doorway is flanked by lilies - a flower associated with motherhood in many cultures.
Above her head is a crescent moon. The moon is traditionally thought of as feminine, and its waxing shape is associated with the growing womb of pregnancy.
In the upper left corner is the Japanese kanji for mother. In the upper right is a vesica pisces (vessel of the fish), an ancient symbol that represents the feminine parts the portal through which new life emerges. The stars around her head embody the notion of the Cosmic Mother, who brought the entire Universe into being.