Los Angeles, CA -- (February 11, 2013) -- Tru Protection is proud to offer The Heather
Brown Collection: iPhone 5 cases featuring the vibrant and accessbile work of the North
Shore-based artist Heather Brown. She has called Hawaii home for 10 years and has
been featured in magazines, international contests, gallery openings and media
interviews around the globe.
Brown likes to paint in various mediums including acrylics, woodcuts and screen prints. With her inspiration coming from her love of the sea -- surf breaks, and the beautiful flora and fauna of the island. The colors and designs can quickly be identified as Heather’s work. 15% of the Jungle Giraffe case proceeds go to the Seathos Foundation, helping them to promote education and awareness of the human impact on the world’s oceans.
Proceeds from other cases in the Heather Brown Collection go to Waves for Water and
Kokua Hawaii Foundation.
Over the years, Brown has contributed with great passion to help young people in the Pacific Rim to empower themselves and their environment so they will be lifelong stewards of the earth. She’s been featured on magazine covers around the world and has been featured in Woman’s Surf Style Magazine, Honolulu Weekly (voted Best Up and Coming Artist for 2008), Longboard Magazine, FOAM Magazine and many others.
“We are super stoked to collaborate with Heather on this project,” writes Keiko Napier, CEO of Tru Protection. “It’s a perfect opportunity to blend our company’s passion for social causes in the Pacific Region with sustainable entrepreneurship.” Drawing inspiration from technology, fashion and art trends worldwide, Trü Protection has a network of innovative minds all aiming to provide their customers with the products that are necessities for protection.