fffff.at's Addie Wagenknecht is providing these 3D printer files that will allow you to build a completely functional iPhone 4/4s upgrade case that looks like an old brick phone. Comes complete with belt mount.
BRICKiPhone is built from four 3d printed pieces. Insert iPhone earplugs, an iPhone 4/4s and go. It snaps together to transforms your iPhone into the hottest thing since the last time people rocked bricks (including the coveted belt clip). Since it prints in four pieces it can be printed with the at home 3d printer of your choice.
Whaaa? You say money for nothin' and chicks for free? We feel for you assholes (sort of) so STFU and make it gold already.
You can also buy the ready-made version from Urban Outfitters.
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