Bet you can't rip <em>these</em>
In the right hands, paper can be used to make some pretty fantastic stuff, whether it's folded into origami swans, cut into 35 hand-holding dolls, or rolled into a fat object that could make you find a lot of things interesting. Blazing a new trail for paper awesome, the team behind Papernomad cases.
Recently launched by an Austrian duo, PN's a collection of 100% biodegradable, doodle-on-able gadget carriers made from a proprietary paper composite (containing "bio polymers" and hemp) that's been lined with wool from "happy Australian sheep", and's designed to be both water- and flame-resistant as well as tear-proof, ensuring they'll remain protected even while you use what's inside to rip thousands of Metallica songs. Use them to protect your...
were stupid-high while phone-shopping and now own a BlackBerry.