Various polka dot
Some people associate polka dots with Venezuelan fashion designer Carolina Herrera, who used polka dots on most of her dresses during the late 80s and early 90s, as well as on the boxes of her perfume collection. Actually, an early recorded use of the term "polka dot" appeared in 1854! The pattern shares its name with the dance form, making one suspect there is a connection linking the pattern to the dance. However, the name was likely settled upon because of the dance's popularity at the time the pattern became fashionable...whatever its origin, the design is one that transcends time and we just had to include the very traditional but still massively popular, timeless and colourful red & white polka dot combination!
These iPad mini, 2/3/4, Air, and Kindle covers are all made by hand printing the polka dots onto a high quality polyurethane (the same material Apple use on their covers) base. You Kindle or iPad is will be well protected and feeling a bit a bit classier than before!