Female-founded tech accessory brand, Velvet Caviar, , announced the launch of a new collection with globally recognized artist and pop culture icon, Keith Haring. Exclusively on VelvetCaviar.com, the limited-edition Velvet Caviar x Keith Haring Capsule Collection features four phone cases with a variety of accessories including a special wireless charging pack.
Velvet Caviar is committed to offering a fresh selection of new releases with dependable quality and protection by merging the worlds of tech and fashion through design and innovation. The signature, celebrity-loved cases were reimagined with a nod to classic Keith Haring artwork such as the heart, rainbow dancers and more.
The collection ranges from a Stick-on Grip for $12.00, Magnetic Phone Grips (compatible with MagSafe) for $25.00, AirPod Cases for $25.00, Battery Packs for $70.00 and phone cases for iPhone & Samsung phones for $45.00.
To shop the collection please visit: https://velvetcaviar.com/collections/keith-haring-cases.
About Velvet Caviar:
Velvet Caviar launched in February of 2014 from the founder Michelle Aran’s bedroom in NYC, coining the phrase “Pretty Yet Protective” as the tagline. Within months, the brand became a viral sensation across social media as people everywhere fell in love with their never-before-seen phone cases. Since then, they have grown into an amazing team based in Brooklyn, NY where they work consistently to release new styles and drops every month of phone cases & accessories such as phone grips, charms, air pod cases, battery packs and so much more! The brand is proud to share their passion with over 1 million customers along with dozens of retail partners worldwide. For more information visit https://velvetcaviar.com/.
About Keith Haring:
Known for his animated imagery, Keith Haring was an American artist whose pop art emerged from the New York City graffiti subculture of the 1980s. Between 1980 and 1985, Haring produced hundreds of public drawings in rapid rhythmic lines, sometimes creating as many as forty “subway drawings” in one day. Between 1980 and 1989, Haring achieved international recognition and participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions. In 1989, Haring established a foundation to ensure that his philanthropic legacy would continue indefinitely. Haring passed away of AIDS related complications on February 16, 1990. In 2014, he was one of the inaugural honorees in the Rainbow Honor Walk in San Francisco. To learn more about the Keith Haring Foundation visit: https://www.haring.com/kh_foundation/.
Source: Velvet Caviar, Keith Haring Foundation