Brandon Boyd stands in front of his mural at the Hurley Space Gallery. Photo: Hurley
Hurley is teaming up with Incubus front man Brandon Boyd on an exclusive collection of t-shirts and water bottles that feature Boyd's original watercolor and ink drawings. The partnership came out of a mutual interest in surfing and ocean conservation.
Take a look at the original art work behind the final t-shirt design:Boyd's helped launch the limited-edition collection at a public art opening held at Hurley Space Gallery in Costa Mesa, California on April 2nd. The exhibit is currently on view until May 16th. Keep scrolling for images form the event, which show the original works on which the collection is based.
The t-shirts are made with reclaimed cotton and feature Boyd's original design.
All photos: courtesy Hurley.
The limited edition collection is available in store at Buckle nationwide and online at Hurley.com. The t-shirts retail for $32 and a portion of proceeds will benefit the non-profit Helping Other People Everywhere (H.O.P.E.), which aligns artists with campaigns, programs and events to support existing social projects that promote education and peace.
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