Random Objects Releases New Laptop Sleeves Indie Tee Shirt Company Joins the Accessory Game

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Just in time for the holidays, Random Objects has introduced their new Macbook® and iPad® sleeves.

If your iPad could speak it would ask to be placed into this modern looking sleeve. “In my industry, I saw that a product like this did not exist, I thought ‘why not put it out yourself’,” says Random Objects.net Founder Anthony Simpson.

Random Objects sleeves are individually hand-made and constructed from thick natural felt and premium reddish-brown leather. Antique brass rivets further add to this sleeves' unique appeal. It truly is the perfect blend of sophistication and light weight durability.

“I wanted to do something different. So many of us artists use laptops; so why not develop something that we use in our trade? Now that this project is complete, I hope that everyone will enjoy using my laptop sleeve and much as I do, adds Simpson.”

Random Objects sleeves are available in three sizes, standard iPad, Macbook 13” and Macbook 15”. Suggested retail price: Between $50 and $70

Shirt sizes are available in men’s small, medium, large and extra large. Women’s sizes are also available. Suggested retail price: $20+ US

All major credit cards and PayPal are acceptable forms of payment on the Web site.

If you would like additional information, please contact Lateefah Simpson at randomobjects1(at)gmail(dot)com or visit http://www.randomobjects.net. For blog info, please visit http://www.random-objects.blogspot.com. Posters are also available.

About Random Objects:
Quotes and proverbs inspire all of our designs here at RANDOM OBJECTS. They are the common theme that runs throughout all of our t-shirts and products. We take these various quotes and proverbs and interpret them visually. Sometimes the quote [proverb or saying] itself is the graphic; while at other times, they inspire us to design a graphic based around its’ meaning.

*Macbook and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc.


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