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DeviantART adds Decibel Collection
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Mar '11
DeviantART, home to the world's largest online art community, unveils its latest addition to the deviantWEAR apparel line – the Decibel Collection. Inspired by a love of music and hoodies, the Decibel collection features three unique hoodies and a graphic t-shirt created by deviantART's world-class in-house design team, available for purchase at the online Shop found at deviantart.com/deviantwear.

The Decibel Headphone Hoodie with HB3 Technology in red and PressPlay Hoodie with HB3 Technology in black features built-in headphones, offering audiophiles everywhere a way to stay warm and not miss a beat. For those who dig the Hoodie style but prefer to sing their own tune, there's a classic zip-up version of the "Decibel Headphone" style, sans built-in headphones. To show off your love of music under the Hoodie pick-up the DJ style "High Decibel" tee.

Taking advantage of the built-in headphones is easy and fast. The Decibel Headphone and PressPlay Hoodies contain a standard headphone jack in the front pocket that plugs into any headphone-compatible device. Once plugged in, the audio travels through embedded cables within the hoodie to the headphones, which are built in to the ends of the drawstrings. No more tangled wires or extra equipment to carry around. Just plug and play.

DeviantART was created to entertain, inspire, and empower the artist in all of us. Founded in August 2000, deviantART is the world's largest online art community with over 16 million registered members, attracting 35 million unique visitors per month and serving up 2.2 billion page views.

deviantART Inc


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