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Don't Scrub Your Pots With Brillo Apple Cases

What happens when Incase teams up with the Andy Warhol Foundation? The latest are MacBook, iPad, and iPhone sleeves that look like a box of Brillo pads.

Yes, they're just sleeves, but they caught our eye.

Incase once again has teamed with The Andy Warhol Foundation, this time to produce device sleeves that look like boxes of Brillo pads. The sleeves are "a fresh interpretation of Warhol's famed Brillo Soap Pads Box sculptures," according to Incase.

Say what you will about Warhol--either a great artist or a blatant thief--but his art was fun. Wouldn't it be fun to carry your MacBook, iPad, or iPhone 4S around in a sleeve that looks like a box of Brillo? Brillo's 100-year anniversary is next year.

Warhol Brillo Protective Sleeves for 11-inch, 13-inch, and 15-inch MacBooks are $59.95. The Warhol Brillo Portfolio For iPad (third generation) costs $99.95. The Warhol Brillo Snap Case For iPhone 4/4S is $39.95.

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