The Best and Most Interesting Kindle Cover Designs

If you have a Kindle, you are probably interested in protecting it. There are plenty of covers, jackets and sleeves on the market but the thing about Kindle covers is that they all look pretty similar. They are great for traditionalists who just want to protect their e-readers, but if you like functional accessories that stand out, you might want to check out these creative series.The New Yorker is a line of classy and stylish Kindle jackets by M-Edge, based on famous covers from The New Yorker magazine.

They are designed in bright and vivid colors and feature Bob Knox’s cover “Sunday Afternoon in Central Park”; Eric Drooker’s “Bookopolis”; George Booth’s “Dog Behind the Door”; Ana Juan’s “Page Turner”; and Joseph Farris’s “Dogwood Tree in Bloom”. The slim and ultra-lightweight exterior of the covers is made from very high quality synthetic leather and the interior is microfiber suede, again of a high quality.

The beautiful images are printed onto the front covers using a photo sublimation process, which makes them look like printed fabric. These trendy jackets also feature Kindle-compatible hinge system, in addition to a two point mounting system with elastic straps, which holds the Kindle securely in place. The New Yorker line of Kindle covers is perfect for not only fans of the magazine, but also for anyone looking for something more interesting than a plain leather cover for their Kindle.

Designed to fit 3rd generation (6-inch) Kindle. It does not fit the 2nd generation Kindle.Another elegant, New York-themed line of Kindle covers is Verso’s New York Times. The exclusive series features pictures from the archives of the New York Times that perfectly capture the essence of New York City. The designs include photos of the Statue of Liberty with the World Trade Center from 1983; the Flatiron Building around 1917; and a view from River House (1931).

Each Kindle cover has a tough inner shell and a suede-like interior. They also have a convenient interior pocket for holding tickets, cards or documents, which makes these covers perfect for travelers and commuters. The system that secures the Kindle in place is a standard four-point elastic band configuration. Designed to fit 3rd generation (6-inch) Kindle. It does not fit the 2nd generation Kindle.The Artist Series by LightWedge is a unique collection of protective Kindle covers embossed with designs from different artists.

The three designs currently available are: “Urban Calligraphy” by Sisters Gulassa; “Typewriter” by Molly Rausch; and “Cities” by Sharyn Sowell, but more designs are expected to be released in the future. The soft, faux leather covers are embossed with either graffiti art, names of cities around the world, or typewriter images that give them a classy, vintage feel. Each one of the designs is available in two different colors and is sure to give your e-reader a lot of character.

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