People are about to start drawing all over their laptops

Another entry from the wonderful world of Vancouver's crowdfunding campaigns.


Are you an analog-minded individual that’s forced to use modern technology because it’s 2017? Well, this just might take the edge off your affliction to digital devices.

Sketchcase is a premium laptop skin that turns your laptop into a portable whiteboard, meaning you can draw, make notes and doodle to your hearts content. No more carrying a separate notebook or having the “stickies” app forever open on your desktop. Write down your to-do list on the sketchcase skin and simply wipe away when you’re done. Sketchcase also claims to have a special anti-graffiti and scratch resistant coating that makes it the perfect laptop skin.

Whether you are a student, designer, engineer, entrepreneur, artist or just a person that misses sketching little cubes and stick figures on notepads, Sketchcase is probably for you.

To learn more about the product, visit their Kickstarter campaign HERE.

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Adam Nanji is the Content Manager at Vancouver Is Awesome. When he’s not scouring the city for awesome news, he performs as ¼ of local band, Belle Game. Adam grew up in Vancouver and earned a degree in Cultural Studies with a double minor in Communication and Gender Studies from McGill University. He’s the co-owner of Fine Print Media, where he has executed social media strategies for TELUS STORYHIVE and LG 104.3. He’s passionate about Vancouver’s social issues and local art. You’ll typically find him standing on a corner, contemplating where to eat in Gastown, Chinatown or Mount Pleasant. Tell him what you think is awesome: