The Limited Artist Edition ClearCase from PanzerGlass, one of the world’s premier screen protection manufacturers, is now available. The Perfect World Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and supports initiatives to prevent global ecological disaster, has teamed with Mikael Brandrup (a.k.a. Mikael B), a Danish artist and philanthropist located in Los Angeles.
“We are thrilled to have partnered with street artist Mikael B. for our first-ever limited artist edition clear case. For each unit sold, we will plant a tree in the Sir David Attenborough Forest. This collaboration bridges smartphone protection, abstract street style art, and forest restoration to create small changes for a better world,” announces Head of Global Marketing Michael Broend.
The Limited Artist Edition ClearCase for iPhone 11 and 12 models have Mikael B’s original artwork, taken from a mural he painted expressly for the campaign at Sta. Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. It boasts a distinctive antibacterial coating that has been shown to destroy up to 99.99 percent of most common surface bacteria, a 100% recycled TPU frame, and an extra-strong honeycomb pattern to improve shock absorption and scratch resistance by 25%.
The Limited Artist Edition ClearCase will appeal to customers who want to express themselves via art and color while preserving their investment, as well as those who want to make a tiny impact in the world. By purchasing the device, customers can help to make the world a better place.
Mikael B is an urban modern artist who began his career as a graffiti artist and created his own personality and mark. He’s always wanted to give back and use his talent to help others. As a result, in 2017, the artist established the Mikael B Foundation, which brings together all charity efforts. It began with a school in Cambodia and has since expanded to include efforts to conserve the world’s seas and CO2 reduction by planting trees in conjunction with The Perfect World Foundation.
On this collaboration, Mikael B commented: “The collaboration has been built on a shared passion for changing the world for the better. To kick off the collaboration, I created a mural called “Moment of Clarity” in Los Angeles (Santa Monica Blvd and Orange Grove Ave). I used the composition of the mural to design a ClearCase to protect your phone that bridges the PanzerGlass heritage and my art style.”
“PanzerGlass is in business to protect both screens and the planet. As a global business, we believe we have a responsibility to find sustainable solutions in everything we do. The fewer devices we throw away due to broken screens, the fewer resources are needed to make new ones. Thus, the negative environmental impact is limited. So, by adding screen protection to your devices, you are also taking responsibility for our planet. Our journey for a greener planet started years ago – Let’s continue this journey and take responsibility together,” adds Michael Broend.
The Limited Artist Edition ClearCase will be made available for purchase at the leading Smartphone Electronics Accessories Retailers soon.