Looking fresh off the cow's back, these limited-edition iPhone and iPod cases are pretty much the most eco-friendly you'll get. They're from sustainable US fashion designer Prophetik, and made with iAccessory-maestros Griffin.
That roughly-hewn look might not be everyone's cup of tea, but I kind of like how natural they look—like something you would've cobbled together in home economics class as a kid. All the materials are recycled and hand-stitched, with various compartments for credit cards and the like, plus hand-cut openings for the lens and port.
The kicker, however, is that it costs $60 / £50. It might be cheaper bribing a young friend to make one in home economics class after all. [Griffin]