After a long process of testing, gathering feedback and making adjustments, the A38 headset is finally ready. The A38 is incredibly comfortable, delivers clean sound, features Bluetooth and Active Noise Cancelling technologies, and is easy to pair with your phone, tablet or laptop. It also features our unique speaker tag system which allows users to personalize the A38 with their own artwork or designs from partners like Upper Playground, Plants vs Zombies, and many more.
This Saturday from 8-11 we’re throwing our A38 launch party with the The Seventh Letter, the Gods of Graffiti, at KNOWN Gallery on Fairfax in Los Angeles. We hope everyone in the LA area can make it through to celebrate with us. The event features special speaker tag giveaways, music from DJ Troublemaker, food from Free Range LA and drinks from Ole Smoky Moonshine and House Beer.
In the coming months we’ll be working with artists from The Seventh Letter on special edition speaker tags for the A38. We’re honored to be previewing these upcoming projects with DabsMyla, Krush, Rime and Saber, who all collaborated on a speaker tag mural that will be on display at this weekend’s event. The installation also features a massive ASTRO mural and speaker tag wall from artist Persue.
An American graffiti artist, and painter working in Los Angeles. The Washington Post described him as one of “the best and most respected artists” in his field. Saber is most famous for an exceptionally large piece he did on the concrete bank of the Los Angeles River in 1997.
Two self-proclaimed crazy, work-a-holic, mad dorky peas in a pod, Dabs and Myla are Australian born artists soaking up the sun in Los Angeles. Painters with a whimsical style, they embrace bright colors and charming characters with enough personality they seem to fly off the surface they were painted on.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Krush was an early participant of the graffiti art movement in the city and a pioneer of what has become the defining style of one of Los Angeles’ highly respected art cultures. He has been a part of the art and graffiti collective Angels Will Rise / The Seventh Letter since its inception and his career has taken him through over 3 decades of Art, Design and Art Direction.
Brooklyn born Rime was influenced by the art of Garbage Pail Kid trading cards, Looney Tunes and the characters from the movie ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’, and these influences play into his work with a bright array of color and a caricature, even abstract style to the characters he brings to life.
We hope to see many of you this weekend at KNOWN Gallery for the launch event, and appreciate all the support from the ASTRO community and #ASTROfamily!