PRLog - Feb. 4, 2013 - Phone case designer and manufacturer Mocamomo has released Series II of their NeochaEDGE /// collection of phone and tablet cases. Series II features eight new designs from eight emerging Chinese visual artists, available exclusively for iPhone 5 mobile phones.
"Unemployed Superheros - Superman" by Veiray from Mocamomo.
“Following the successful release of Series I, we were excited to showcase more fantastic artistic talent coming out of China,” said Mocamomo’s Canadian co-founder Ed Wong. “We think Series II is even stronger.”
See Mocamomo's video on Series I here: http://www.youtube.com/
Mocamomo continues to add to its unique line of artist-designed collections that also include: “Blossoms”
To see the entire NeochaEDGE /// Series II collection, visit: http://www.mocamomo.com/
Mocamomo is a designer and producer of mobile protective cases based in Hong Kong and Toronto. Mocamomo works with leading brands, artists, designers and organizations to bring creative and unique mobile protective cases to the marketplace. For more information, visit http://www.mocamomo.com.
About NeochaEDGE ///
NeochaEDGE /// is a Shanghai-based creative agency and production house that develops inspiring, multi-disciplinary content for the most forward-thinking brands in the world. The agency also curates and represents the EDGE Creative Collective (ECC), an elite group of 400+ leading-edge Chinese creatives drawn from a wide range of creative fields including filmmaking, animation, illustration, graphic design, music, photography, street art, etc. The NeochaEDGE /// web magazine is a daily curated, bilingual publication dedicated to showcasing leading-edge creative content from China. Visit NeochaEDGE: http://EDGE.Neocha.com
About The Series II Artists
Wanze is a professional architect and cartoon artist who previously published the cartoon, "My Shadow Collection."
Veiray Zhang is a Shanghai-based illustrator, digital designer, and art director. Born in 1984, he loves to reminisce about his early years, drawing inspiration from the toys, playgrounds, and alleyways of a Shanghai that exists only in memory.
Wailing Ho was born in 1987 in Zhanjiang, Guangzhou province, and currently resides in Guangzhou, where she completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at the Guangzhou Fine Arts Institute studying oil painting and engraving. Along with Hongbao and Yangjian, Wailing produced a collaborative work, representing the new generation of Chinese artists at the "Seed" exhibition. Her nature-themed work combines the mediums of pencil and watercolor.
1Eye hails from Lanzhou, Gansu province. Trained in traditional Chinese painting and a designer by profession, 1Eye is currently finishing up his undergraduate studies in Chongqing. His interests range from tattoos, drawing, and music to photography and film. 1Eye hopes to one day establish his own fashion label, as well as a professional tattoo career.
Su Sisi was born in 1988 in Lancang, Yunnan province. Drawing inspiration from her roots, Su Sisi commonly employs the bright colors that are a part of the Miao tradition. She hopes to represent traditional Miao culture to the rest of the world.
MOMOROBO (also known as MMRB) is a collective of creative giants based in Shanghai and Singapore, consisting mainly of members Morris and Sally. In their own words, "We run on Xiaolongbao and Hainanese chicken rice." MOMOROBO has previously worked with the likes of Nike, adidas Originals, Converse, Tiger Beer, Belvedere Vodka, Lacoste, and Microsoft. Their hyperactive design aesthetic and forward-thinking art and design solutions place them as rising stars within the Shanghai creative scene.
Nisky is a Shanghai-based independent creative born in 1989. Since childhood, Nisky has loved to doodle on all types of surfaces, and began formal arts training during high school. During his university years, he started creating professional works, and in May of 2011, hosted his first solo exhibition at the Naco Galerie.
Y33 is a passionate illustrator, designer, and self-proclaimed "lover of life." He is the founder of the Y33 label, as well as a collaborative designer for ILEOU Creative. Y33 draws inspiration for his work and design from the strange events that pop out in daily life.