We’ve seen some pretty odd iPhone cases over the years here at iDB. There was the lego case, and the one shaped like a hand. There was even one that allowed you to store your um, smoking equipment.

But we’ve also seen our fair share of cool cases as well, and this next one certainly falls in that category. Cult of Mac points to an interesting line of see-through snap-on iPhone cases called the iTattoo

It’s not hard to see where the name came from. These transparent covers feature illustrations that include the Apple logo on the back of the iPhone. It’s as if the logo were apart of the artwork, and we have to admit it looks pretty cool.

Designed by CEMENT PRODUCE, the case is compatible with the iPhone 4 (it doesn’t specify if it works with the Verizon version) and is available in 6 different styles: Highway, Dress it, It is iPhone, Main Dish, Don’t feed birds, and Keyboard.

The iTattoos don’t come cheap, though. The case alone will cost you $48, and if you live in the US, shipping will run another $27 bucks. For the not-so-math-friendly, that’s nearly $80 for a case that doesn’t do anything but look pretty.

What do you think of the iTattoo?

  • FeO

    They look like cases I can get from 5 below

  • God

    What do I think… I think these cases will sell for a little while… Then come to a screeching halt when iPhone 5 come out… No but for real, those plastic see through cases are crap, when you drop the phone the case falls apart, if you get the same out of those, I predict no one will be willing to spend 80 for a case that falls apart… What do you think

  • Old Tom

    was a neat idea til i got to the price point. F that noise.

  • Jason

    they serious with that price?? fuck outta here. neat idea but c’mon now..

  • T0lerance

    A lil too late to be releasing a case for a phone that, in a matter of weeks, will be considered an old, or even perhaps, “outdated” model. I have to admit though, the idea is simple yet brilliant. However, those who’d fork out for such cases would probably be those who value the look and feel of their phone (as oppossed to those who value its functions instead), and knowing them, they’ll be the first ones to get their hands on the upcoming iPhone (4s? 5?) so nonetheless, means buying the case above is pointless. Like I said, a little too late. I wouldn’t mind getting one if the price wasn’t such a rip-off!

    • Jason


  • XepptizZ

    That’s the problem of having a phone with a premium price, every case manufacturer thinks it can charge premium prices,

  • CrazyBraulz

    They should do the tattoos on the actual glass… Then it might be worth it.

  • Max

    I hate it when company come out with something cool but they expect us to pay an arm and a leg for it. We don’t think so!!!