Monday, November 15, 2010

"Girls Represent" Recap (Erick Scarecrow+Prototype+808orbit+Girl Fest)

“Girls Represent,” held on Friday evening on November 5th, was surely an evening to remember.  The event debuted Erick Scarecrow’s Soopa Maria Wet-Suit Maguma Hawaii Exclusive figure at Prototype’s Ala Moana Shopping Center store location.  “Girls Represent” also kicked off Girl Fest, a week-long event that promotes positivity and empowerment in women through music, art and education.  ESC diehards stood in line ahead of time to guarantee their hands landing on the Maguma figure and nearly 100 spectators stopped by to check out what was going on and/or got their Prototype shopping fix out of their system. 

Hawaii’s very own talent also joined hands as Prototype held up their sales.  Deejaybetty slammed one mean non-stop remix set which infused hip hop and urban tracks with trance and house beats, ridiculous.  In Prototype’s entrance window, Remi Mead slapped up a live painting canvas session, which resulted in one sick piece of art.  There were freebies to be given out; ESC prints to the first 8 Maguma figure buying fans and gummy froggies to the first 50 customers who entered Prototype.  There were also raffle prizes to be won, which included Remi’s painting, Erick Scarecrow figures and apparel and blindbox figures. 

Money from the raffle tickets were donated to a Hawaii worthy cause and a portion of Erick’s shirt sales were donated to Andy from Toysrevil.  There was a healthy heaping of people who made the evening a memorable one.

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