<p>Spice up your commute with the Rickshaw 15” MacBook sleeve! Made with water resistant fabrics and an ultra-plush padded liner, this sleeve provides the ultimate level of protection while beautifully displaying custom artwork, designs, and text. Made from scratch in San Francisco with a focus on environmentally sustainable manufacturing, the Rickshaw 15” MacBook/MacBook Pro sleeve is the perfect way to protect your device, without a style sacrifice. </p>
Sized for MacBook/MacBook Pro 15" (Dimensions: 16"W x 11.75"H x .75").
Water resistant, extra durable.
Ultra-plush, laptop-grade padded liner.
Secure velcro flap closure.
Made with a sustainability focus in San Francisco, CA.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product has multiple customizable design areas.
The customizable design area on the front of the laptop sleeve measures 10.2" x 15.4". For best results please add 1/3" bleed.
The customizable design area on the flap of the laptop sleeve measures 4.13" x 13.75". For best results please add 3/8" bleed.
The customizable design area on the back of the laptop sleeve measures 11.4 x 15.4". For best results please add 1/3" bleed.
The 8-Pointed Star or Octagram corresponds to the Wheel of the Year and the 8 Sabbats of Wiccan and Pagan traditions. It is representative of the cycle of time and the power of regeneration and return. 8 is also the number of harvest, allowing you to reap the seeds you have sown in the past and gain from your projects and learning. it is the expression of the "Law of Cause and Effect". Those two are inextricably tied together: "What ye sow, ye shall reap". (compare with Karma / Wheel of life) That makes the number 8 the number of fate, destiny and justice.Trans-formative qualities are: resurrection, immortality and prosperity. The Sumerians used an arrangement of lines as a symbol for both star and God. The linear eight-point star represented the goddess Inanna, Sumerian queen of the heavens and Ishtar(Astarte), the Babylonian goddess known as “The Lightbringer.” An eight-point star enclosed within a circle was the symbol for the sun god. The “Babylonian star-cult is the core and the archetype of subsequent astrology.” - from "Origins and Meanings of the Eight-Point Star