CAMA Orange iPad & Tablet Sleeve



Chameleons are fascinating creatures: a prehistoric body that can change colour with a tongue that rolls out longer than their body. Some African fables say that this is why they cannot be trusted. There are many beliefs associated with this little creature that hides in the trees.

About Optical Africa

A few years ago Wendren Setzer, founder of The Wren Design, visited the Escher Museum in The Netherlands and left resolving to develop a range that would create a trickery similar to so many of Escher’s works. Upon returning to African soil she found that many African printed textiles had a similar intrigue that captures you as you learn about the fable, story or message that is being portrayed. Marrying these two inspirations, the Optical Africa concept was born.

Wendren wrote to graphic artist Diana Ejaita: “Wren sleeves and bags are a wooden door to an electronic world. Our products are a tactile adventure and we want it to engage all the senses: touch, sight, and now the mind, as we bring another level of wonder to our products with this new range.”

How does The Wren Design make them? Recycled brown paper is collected from a local packaging factory. This is then screen printed and fused to a special cotton to make it strong enough to stitch. Once made up by our team of very skilled seamstresses the sleeve is sprayed with Nano Liquid Glass to be water resistant

And there is more: There are two pockets – one for the device and the other for pens, papers, cables – or whatever you wish to use a second pocket for. To close, the sleeve magically holds shut with three magnets that will not damage your device.

Additional information


Made in

South Africa






Nanotechnology liquid glass




iPad size 20x26cm, Other Tablet size 22x28cm


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