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Simon Egli (aka S1M) sent us a sample of his latest project, zweiPhone, which adds a notalgic twist to your iPhone. zweiPhone is a collection of stickers of old mobile phones that can be applied to the back of Apple’s ubiquitous product…

Simon Egli (aka S1M) sent us a sample of his latest project, zweiPhone, which adds a notalgic twist to your iPhone. zweiPhone is a collection of stickers of old mobile phones that can be applied to the back of Apple’s ubiquitous product…

Egli’s idea, he explains, is to add some “classic design history” to the rise of the “blank and impersonal” iPhone. Plus, using a sticker of one of the more battered models, might even deter nasty types from nicking your prized possession.

More info at zweiphone.com, where you can also purchase a set of 14 stickers (for both black and white iPhones or iPod Touch devices) for $14.

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