Virgin Mobile And LG Auction Off Artist-Designed Aloha Phones For RE Generation

Posted: Oct 23 2007, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:29am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Virgin Mobile and LG auction off Artist-Designed Aloha Phones for RE Generation
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Virgin Mobile USA and LG announced today the debut of six specially commissioned hand-painted Aloha by LG handsets to help bring a voice to the issue of homeless youth.

The unique phones will be auctioned off as part of The RE*Generation Gallery 2007 Auction and Benefit November 7 at the Skylight Gallery in New York City. This auction is part of several activities highlighting the Congressional declaration of National Homeless Youth Awareness Month.

The following artists have designed these handsets specifically with The Re*Generation in mind: Daniel Davidson, Caroline Hwang, Rich Jacobs, Greg Lamarche and Eric White.
More details on the Re*Generation site of Virgin Mobile.

The one of a kind Aloha by LG handsets will be displayed at this Fall’s CTIA 2007 Mobile Focus press event in San Francisco on October 23.

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