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In what’s sure to be one of the most unexpected-yet-epic collaborations of the year, the world-renowned Musée du Louvre has partnered with Casetify for an extensive capsule tech collection.
The limited release highlights some of the most iconic fine art pieces in history. The launch features stylized interpretations of Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Grande Odalisque and more for Casetify’s strong and stylish phone cases and accessories.
These beautiful masterpieces, housed at the Musée du Louvre’s collections, will now be in the hands of a new generation through this special collection, starting today (Feb. 23).
The Louvre x Casetify collection “leans into the often recognized “normcore” style, paying homage to celebrated classic art,” the brand said in a press release.
These iconic paintings are designed into the framework of Casetify’s best-selling impact cases. The designs extend into the brand’s tech accessories and even its recently released stainless steel water bottles.
Casetify’s CEO and Co-founder Wes Ng described this collaboration as a surreal “full circle moment” when remembering the brand’s 2011 launch as “an artist-driven platform” that sourced talent from around the world.
Check out the four Louvre masterpieces used in this collection below:
Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco Del Giocondo, known as the Mona Lisa (by Leonardo da Vinci)
Shop: Louvre x Casetify Da Vinci Case, $55
Aphrodite, known as the Venus de Milo
Shop: Louvre x Casetify La Vénus de Milo Case, $55
La Grande Odalisque, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
Shop: Louvre x Casetify Ingres Case, $55
Liberty Leading the People (July 28, 1830), Eugène Delacroix
Shop: Louvre x Casetify Delacroix Case, $55
Keep in mind that these items are available in limited quantities, so they are likely to sell out quickly.
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