Earlier this week, Pacific Artists Murer Mosaics, Guamstyle, Infinite Charm, and Tribe Marianas recently collaborated with Docomo Pacific on an exclusive line of phone cases to mark this historic time during the Festival of the Pacific Arts that is currently ongoing here on Guam. The exclusive collaboration launched in a showcase at Docomo Pacific in the Micronesian Mall. The phone cases are now available for $25 at all Docomo retail locations while supplies last until June 12th.
Each design represents different aspects of the island’s culture, and are great accessories in admiration of the Festival of the Pacific Arts.The cases are compatible with six different mobile device models: iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s+, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Note 4, and Samsung Galaxy S7. Check out all the amazing designs:
The feature artist include from left Laisa Casil, Docomo CEO, Jonathan Kriegal, Mark Murer, and Nick Santos pose for a photo op at the Docomo Press Conference for the launch of the phone case.
Meet the artist:
Here's what Mark Murer of Mark Murer Mosaics had to say, “I wanted the collection to be diverse in style highlighting different aspects of the local culture.”
Lasia Casil of Infinite Charm, “The ancient pooka bracelet with silver pieces symbolize how people stay connected with our island.”
Nick Santos of Guamstyle, “The piece consists of the Silhouette of Marianas islands. BIBA is the main entity with orange. BIBA means celebrate to celebrate life.”
Another pair of phone cases to look out for is the Marianas themed cases, which were designed by Rob Travilla of Tribe Marianas (Saipan) who was not available for comment during the press conference.
To see all six locally designed phone cases before they are auctioned for charity visit the Docomo Micronesia Mall location. If you would like to purchase any of these phone cases please visit any of the Docomo Pacific locations. All phone cases will only be available while supplies last.