How2Work Taps Yoshitomo Nara for iPhone Case Series

Celebrating the Japanese artist’s beloved works.

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Hong Kong-based imprint How2Work recently tapped Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara for a range of limited-edition iPhone cases.

Available in the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max size, the five protective covers feature a glossy polycarbonate back and a silicone rubber interior for a secure fit. The limited-edition cases showcase Nara’s beloved art that came to the forefront during Japan’s Pop art movement in the 1990s. Works like Guitar Girl/Cheer up! YOSHINO!, Let’s talk about glory, Puffy, Untitled 2008 and Untitled 2007 are applied on the glossy cases and celebrates the innocuous young figures that define Nara’s artistic sensibility.

Priced at $1,500 and $300 HKD (approximately $194 and $39 USD) respectively, the Yoshitomo Nara x How2Work Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max cases are available in a five-pack full set and sold separately.

In case you missed it, WOAW’s latest gallery pop-up focuses on Cristina BanBan’s voluptuous figures.

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