Incubus singer Brandon Boyd (above left) joined Bob Hurley on Thursday (March 24) to release a new set of Hurley tees and tanks with an original drawings from Boyd, depicting a whale taking bottles out of the ocean.The clothing items range in price from $28 to $32 and are available here.
The singer and brand are working with non-profit H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Everywhere) on their creation. The party celebrated their work together at the Seathos Headquarters in Venice. Despite rainy weather, actors Eric Balfour and Michelle Rodriguez, photographer Brian Bowen Smith, Seathos founders Chris Jensen and Michael Schwab, and Seathos ambassador Danny Moder were also in attendance.
Fans of Incubus should take note that this weekend on Saturday, April 2, Hurley will be showing Boyd's collection in a public art show at the Hurley )( SPACE gallery in Costa Mesa, California. The show will include a new mural painted by Boyd. The gallery will be open from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. and is located at 1945 Placentia Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA 92627.
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