SteelSeries kicks off its SteelSeries Limited Edition program with its first drop today featuring new QcK Large mousepads and Arctis Pro earplates themed after Cyberpunk 2077, and with designs from popular artists, Lauren Asta, Dune Haggar and Brock Hofer. This program will celebrate the art of some of the largest video game publishers and popular artists, with new surprise drops coming every month. These products will be available in extremely limited quantities.
Cyberpunk 2077 – Arasaka, Militech, Kang Tao and Cyberpunk 2077
As the official gaming audio partner of CD Projekt Red and Cyberpunk 2077, SteelSeries has created four new sets of accessories to go with the original line of Cyberpunk 2077-branded headsets and products. The Militech, Arasaka, and Kang Tao QcK L mousepads perfectly match the Arctis Pro booster packs inspired by the three in-game factions. SteelSeries has also created a new QcK L with the iconic art from the game’s cover.
Lauren Asta is a traveling muralist and artist, who specializes in illustration, oddity art, doodle art, street art and murals. It’s her goal to convey information, light or heavy with content, in an attractive and animated way.
“Creating public artwork allows me to visually stimulate an audience,” said Lauren Asta. “And if I’m lucky, to inspire them with my cast of characters doing what they do best – being humorous about the human experience.”
Dune Haggar is a graphic artist living in Southwest Western Australia. He loves customize geek gear, hand-painted skateboards and guitars, apparel and animation. He dreams up weird landscapes, characters and themes, then kicks them out of the house before it all gets too crazy.
Brock Hofer is a digital artist based out of Canada. His pursuit of monstrous drawings early in life has led to a growing career of crafting vibrant beasts for clients all over the world.
For more information about the SteelSeries Limited Edition program, visit www.SteelSeries.com
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