Microsoft offering limited edition Surface Touch Covers

Microsoft trend of launching artistic edition accessories is here with their latest launch Surface Touch Cover. Microsoft presented 4 artistic edition Touch Cover for Surface Tablet. All four are limited edition cover. Check all out here:

Trend. Setter: Touch Cover Limited Edition puts your creative side on display, while you work and play. Featuring laser-etched artwork from trendsetting designers. Choose the design that expresses your personal style. Year of the Snake – Usher in this Chinese New Year with the symbol of charm, intuition, and wisdom. Skulls – Playful pattern with a surprise twist. Flowers – These blossoms stay fresh and in-season all year round.

Available February 9, 2013 | Starting at $129.99

Trend Setter Surface Touch Cover Limited Edition

Flowers – Oh Joy!: Joy Deangdeelert Cho is a graphic designer and blogger who worked with numerous fashion clients in New York before launching her own business in 2005. She now lives in Los Angeles and designs textiles, packaging, and branding for clients in the fashion and food industries. She also consults for other creative businesses, writes books about managing creative-based businesses, and sells her line of stationery, home office, and wallpaper products nationwide. Visit this artist’s website.
Flowers - Oh Joy! Surface Touch Cover Limited Edition

Year of the Snake – Liu Qing (aka “Left”): Liu Qing (aka: LEFT) is a well-known Shanghai designer who has spent time at several top ad agencies, working with tons of brands and garnering industry awards for her collage, hand-drawn, and graphic styles. LEFT is one of the leading creatives pushing neo-traditional style, a mashup of traditional Chinese elements and modern aesthetics.

Year of the Snake - Liu Qing (aka “Left”) Surface Touch Cover Limited Edition 2

Skulls – Kate Bailey: Currently an industrial designer at Microsoft, Kate Bailey goes to work each day to conceptualize and design hardware for Microsoft Surface. Kate joined Microsoft shortly after graduating from California College of the Arts, having previously interned at several design firms in San Francisco. Now back in her native Seattle, Kate also runs a small experimental design studio—Free Time— in partnership with architect Amber Murray. Kate’s firm specializes in concept projects ranging from technology to lifestyle, and they are currently wrapping up a collaboration with Stacey Rozich, among other projects.

Skulls - Kate Bailey Surface Touch Cover Limited Edition 3

Check all four here.