Harry Potter Premiers Friday!

Alright, alright . . . immature as it may be, funny is what it is!

One cannot help but poke a little fun at the mayhem currently surrounding Friday’s premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part Two.

Walk through any movie theater for the midnight showing and one is sure to be surrounded by dozens of local clones of Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Perhaps even more noteworthy, the chances are these are the same people who have been doing this since movie one (true dedication) !

The fan base surrounding Harry Potter is undeniably one of loyalty and as people continue to lose sleep over this momentous occasion (caseable not being one of them), we cannot say however, that we are entirely “too cool” for Harry Potter.

Although perhaps not much business in the wand-case market, this movie does mark the end of an era that has occupied most of our lives for over a decade now and, at the least, we are curious to see what all the hype is about.

Ok fine, you caught us!

We will even bump curious to a little excited because truth is, this  movie is a BIG deal! And, who knows? Maybe after seeing it for ourselves, Hogwarts could very well be the inspiration behind our next caseable design . . . hmmm, thoughts?

Sleeve of the Week: The Endless Summer

The Endless Summer is a 1966 surf film. Its stems from the idea, that if one had enough time and money it would be possible to follow the summer around the world, making it endless. Doesn’t that sound wonderful?

Check the movie out here: http://www.endlesssummermovie.com/

Design: Let me introduce you to “Nemo” the clown fish

Anemonefish or Clownfish are fishes from the family Amphiprioninae. You can find them in warmer waters of the Indian and Pacific ocean, including the Great Barrier Reef. Or you can just watch the movie “Nemo”, because in this one the clownfish is the main character :-)

A clown fish called "Nemo"

Source: http://tattooone.dr.ag/keyword/animal%20clown%20fish

Design: Black Swan- Natalie Portman

The Black Swan is a psychological thriller directed by Darren Aronofsky. Natalie Portman is starring as a ballerina who dances in the ballet, which is based on Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, the role of the Swan.

Natalie Portman in the Black Swan

Source: http://whoisscout.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/black-swan-5.jpg