Hokusai 'The Great Wave' Phone case
Hokusai's "The Great Wave", Japanese woodblock print.One of the most acclaimed Japanese Printers of all time, Katsushika Hokusai lived through a dynamic turning point in Japanese History. The Great Wave off Kanagawa is often thought to represent the end of Japan's isolationist policy, with the changes in traditional culture wrought by the influence of the West shown as a great wave, looming over Mount Fuji.
The Great Wave off Kanagawa (Portrait). 1823. Woodblock print in colour.
Please view the drop-down menu to see which case types are available along with our Tough Case range. A small selection of cases are also available with a Matt finish.
All our cases are made from the same heat resistant polycarbonate used on the space shuttle. Each order is printed on demand using the best dye sublimation system available, a non-toxic print process that wraps the image around the back and sides of the case embedding the image directly into the case. Our cases are scratch resistant and will not peel or fade.
Our Tough Cases have a natural rubber insert that retains its shape over time. With a lay flat lip the rubber wraps around the screen’s edge for extra protection.