New iWave Audio Customs Collection Uses Graffiti CultureiWave, the innovative creators of high-fashion and high-quality personal technology accessories, unveils its new Audio Customs Collection at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. Inspired by the hottest graffiti artists in the US, this alternative Collection of iPhone / iPod cases, earbuds, headphones and speakers, offers a funky twist to ordinary electronics.

“Graffiti culture has become a lifestyle for many of our iWave fans, and we want to be able to offer them a Collection they can call their own”, said Steven Scaba, iWave. “The Audio Customs Collection captures the essence and creativity of the talented graffiti artists who liven up the otherwise dull and boring streets every day”.

Available at nationwide retailers Q2 of 2010, the Audio Customs Collection features earbuds and iPhone / iPod cases ($9.99 to $29.99), headphones ($19.99 to $39.99) and speakers ($19.99 to $29.99).

iWave will be exhibiting this new high-style Collection in the South Hall 4 of CES at booth #36008 on January 7th, 8th and 10th.


New iWave Audio Customs Collection Uses Graffiti Culture

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