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Finally you can make your iPhone look like a phone, and that conveniently, works like a phone. It screws conveniently into the headphone socket. No modifications needed to the Bumper case. Apple simplicity.

Only available in Black. Yours for only £75.

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Soviet Logos is a modest Instagram account, showing never published logos and trademarks, designed in the USSR.
The Soviet Logos are siloed on Instagram, and have been curated by Rokas [email protected]

Each individual logo does have additional information,