Limited edition Mr. Cartoon Samsung Messager

Samsung-Messager-Mr-Cartoon-Limited-EditionSamsung Mobile and MetroPCS collaborated with SA Studios Global, a multicultural marketing agency, to design a limited edition Mr. Cartoon branded Samsung Messager™ (SCH-r450) with Los Angeles based tattoo artist Mister Cartoon. Mark Machado, known as Mr. Cartoon, is a Mexican-American tattoo and graffiti artist based in Los Angeles, who has worked with numerous celebrities.

The limited edition Samsung Messager comes preloaded with Mister Cartoon wallpapers, ringtones and animations along with additional downloads available on MetroPCS’ Web site. A portion of the revenue from the phone will go to fund community art centers, outreach programs for at-risk youth and provide art supplies to local Los Angeles schools. Additionally, the first ten phones in the series will be auctioned off for charity on MetroPCS’ Web site in the month of August.

Samsung Messager Mr.Cartoon Limited Edition

Samsung Messager Mr.Cartoon Limited Edition

Source: Samsung

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