Picaso Lab leather sleeves, signed by Woz, go on sale with every cent going to charities

Premium leather sleeves for iPads and Mac notebooks from Picaso Lab, a business owned by a father and a son, are now available by none other than Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. All proceeds from this limited-time sale will go to two charities to help battle California wildfires.

According to the Picaso Lab founder, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has personally signed each leather sleeve in the company’s Woz collection. The cases are available for various iPad, MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro products in Black, Brown and Blue:

2020 has been a tough year for all 7.8 billions of us. It’s especially devastating for many of us call California home. The hot are getting hotter and the dry are dryer with each passing year. 2020 California fires are the worst ever, again.

Our firefighters are combatting in endless oceans of fire and there is no end to this nightmare. Local suppliers and small businesses are drying out and closing up. No one knows when it will get better, but I know our firefighters need every little bit of help we can offer.

Whatever little supply I have left in my shop, I’m offering a limited number of sleeves for your Macbook and iPad. With the generosity of Janet Wozniak and Steve Wozniak, The Woz took time out of his jam pack schedule to personally sign each sleeve. The entire, that’s every single penny of this sale will go to California Fire Foundation and WildLife Relief Fund.

iDownloadBlog has reviewed several cases from the Picaso Lab’s lineup, including versions for the 16-inch MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, MacBook and MacBook Pro. These classy handmade sleeves let you pack your Apple notebook or tablet with confidence and they’re just stunning.

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All leather sleeves offered by Picaso Lab are made from locally-sourced Napa leather using the advanced crafting skills the Picaso Lab founder learned from his grandfather.

If you’d like a Woz-signed sleeve, head over to the Picaso Lab website.