There’s nothing quite like the thrill of placing a phone call with a sharp blade perilously close to your ear. At least we’re assuming that Mike Warren’s thought process went something like that in the creation of the above iPhone case, lovingly called iStab. Mike’s a DIY kind of guy, and he 3D printed this thing by downloading some vanilla case designs from Thingiverse and working on them with “Meshmixer, a 3D design editor. He then used an Objet500 Connex to print the case.”
There’s no real use for it, and frankly we’re not sure why we’re writing about it, other than maybe because it’s a little absurd. And Van Gogh. So, no, you can’t buy it but if Mike was able to make it, so can you, no the least of which because the step-by-step instructions are below.