When most hear the name Brandon Boyd, they think of the band Incubus. However, the musician also dabbles in other artistic pursuits, and on Saturday, he'll be displaying them to the public at the Hurley )( Space Gallery in Costa Mesa.
It is part of a collaboration with Hurley and the charity H.O.P.E., or Helping Other People Everywhere, which promotes education and peace through social projects. Boyd, 35, created the sea-inspired, hand-drawn images for the special collection of tees and water bottles to raise awareness about humans' impact on the oceans.
"The whole intention behind the project is to sort of re-ignite the conversation about single-use plastics and this idea of sustainability in our culture," Boyd said. "People get heated about it for a minute … but then things start to dwindle away because of other important things going on in the world.
"I'm just trying to highlight this situation again through the use of imagery I created."