(Riverside) June 27, 2012 - Sea No Evil unveils its SOL REPUBLIC limited-edition Tracks headphone collection by artists Gary Baseman and Hydro74. Ten pairs of headphones will be exclusively available for silent auction during the event that takes place on Saturday, June 30, 2012 at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium. All proceeds go to benefit the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
Sea No Evil's SOL REPUBLIC Tracks headphones include three interchangeable artist rendered Sound Track headbands by this year’s Sea No Evil logo creator and acclaimed artist, Gary Basemen and a special design by the groundbreaking illustrator/designer and returning exhibiting artist, Hydro74.
1. The optimal balance of size, style, sound and comfort
2. Engineered to be superior in sound, powered by the SOL REPUBLIC Sound Engine that is a private, personal speaker system
3. Nearly indestructible, as every Sound Track band is made of FlexTech, our advanced polymer compound
4. Equipped with 3-button remote and microphone
5. Tracks have extreme comfort because the ear cushion is large and lightweight so there is reduced pressure on the ear
6. V-8 Sound engine that offer deeper lows and clearer highs
This year’s Sea No Evil Art Show will also feature work from upwards of 100 globally acclaimed artists including Gary Baseman, Hydro74, Jeff Soto, Shepard Fairey, Lola, Ana Bagayan, Tim Biskup, Amy Sol, Dave Kinsey, Tara McPherson and Travis Louie. Programming also includes, speeches by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder, eco-activist and star of Animal Planet’s popular series, Whale Wars, Captain Paul Watson and Captain Peter Hammerstedt and special appearances by cast members of the hit television show.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Silent auction bidding closes at 9:30 PM
Riverside Municipal Auditorium
3485 Mission Inn Ave. (Corner of Mission Inn and Lemon)
Riverside, CA 92501
VIP Package: $100.00 ( includes limited edition poster and t-shirt and private 5:30 PM meet & greet with 2012 Sea No Evil logo creator and featured artist Gary Baseman and Captain Peter Hammarstedt)
Sea No Evil is a high-profile art exhibition and charity event that sees thousands of supporters each year to support and benefit the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, whose mission is to defend ocean wildlife and habitats worldwide. Since its inception, the event has collectively raised over a quarter million dollars in donations on behalf of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, while educating communities on a national scale about the health and conditions of our oceans and marine life.