Because with the exception of News International people spend far more time looking at their phones than listening to them, now there's Giant Sparrows: Brit artists who deck iDevices & Blackberries with millimeter-thin, shatterproof polycarbonate snapback cases, each customizable with three categories of images directly printed so they won't "scratch, peel, or fade off" -- so, the same attention to quality provided by Peter Stringfellow's tanning salon. The options:
Bespoke Jobs: Slap any image you want onto the mobile by uploading the pic and using their widget to adjust size, placement, and orientation, though if you have to ask an avowed blower that, you should go back to the pre-iPhone 1950s.
Collections: They've already amassed a fairly large supply of classic art, from Van Gogh & Klimt, to woodcuts from 1800s Japanese master (and manga/anime forerunner) Kuniyoshi, to groundbreaking equine photographer Eadweard Muybridge, to clan-specific tartans, amazingly none of which are from Marks, or Spencers.
Artists: They've also raided emerging-talent portfolios, including those of co-founder and occasional Norwegian Tine Isachsen, Brit surrealist Guy Allott, and cartoon-y illustrator Rich Stow, now revealing his "true identity" after being known only as "Gingerbeards" due to his fiery face-mane, which many say is brighter than The Sun.