During this time, he completed a series of large still-life paintings which extended the imagery of Giorgio Morandi by elongating vessels and vases, transforming them into "architectonic towers".The direct quality of the collage textures led him to abandon these paintings altogether and turn to collage as his next form of expression. The Jewish Holocaust was a prevalent theme in Case’s early pieces – in these modest but masterfully executed and consistent works, Case has been compared to something of a graphic Edgar Allan Poe or Pier Paulo Pasolini by Ronald A. Kuchta, Director of the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse.
Case continued with contemporary works of Barbie and Madonna (entertainer) that reflected the glamour of an earlier era. In these there is an iconography of twentieth-century life that explores the imagery at the roots of American history and popular culture. In a recent series conmsisting of four groups of photo collage prints, Case has depicted Marilyn Monroe in variations called "MARILYN MONEY". This series substitutes her image for American currency and are notated with quotations by her reflecting on her life, e.g. "Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul."Wikipedia