Jun Cha and C1RCA Collabo

By: | Wednesday, September 29, 2010 //

Jun Cha and C1RCA Team Up Again For Holiday ‘10

(Los Angeles, CA) Renowned Black n Grey tattoo artist, Jun Cha, teams up with C1RCA Select’s Holiday ’10 line with the Coma Capsule comprised of a limited-edition shoe, T-shirt and snap-back hat.

A follow-up to the acclaimed “Black Tear” project, this time Cha focuses his efforts on subtlety for this year’s Holiday collaboration, connecting the classic symbolism of the snake with skateboarding.

For the C1RCA Select shoe, the Drifter, Cha takes a black on black approach, contrasting an upper made of textured action leather emphasizing snakeskin. The low profile shoe is made of premium materials and genuine vulcanized construction. The Drifter also comes with an additional latex cushion on the heel and arch support.

“The snake represents the elements of survival and adaptation of various environments through mobility,” Cha says, “The dark theme is inspired by the threat of living a life of unconsciousness. The Coma serves as a reminder to wake up.”

The Coma Capsule is available early October everywhere.

About C1RCA Select
C1RCA’s Select line is truly just that- the select products of a signature line. Developed in 2007, C1RCA Select has evolved into a premium brand that represents the heart of C1RCA mixed with the eclectic influence of music, art, and a lifestyle that represents progression and passion.

For more information on C1RCA Select, visit
www.C1RCASELECT.com

About Jun Cha
Jun Cha’s art career has been watched over and guided by some of the tattoo industry’s modern masters. His career as an illustrator is equally fueled by influences from his education at the Art Center College of Design Pasadena. At age 21, Cha has already worked with a long list of celebrity clients and other worldwide personalities. Today, Cha has developed within the depths of his work through his own Arudima Studios — which is endlessly evolving, collaborating and encompassing a process that transcends the limitations in today’s standard art form.

For more information on Jun Cha, visit
www.ARUDIMA.com

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