Davidoff Cool Water
Limited Edition graffiti bottles to benefit SurfAid International

Just in time for Father's Day, graduation gifting and summer surfing season, Davidoff Cool Water has tapped New York City’s Mickal "Mic" Stubblefield, a 23-year-old self-taught, graphic art virtuoso to hand-paint their limited edition graffiti bottles in the iconic brand’s 15th anniversary.
 Building on the successful new partnership with surfing legend Laird Hamilton as the fresh new face of the brand, DAVIDOFF COOL WATER is introducing limited edition “tagged” bottles with 100 percent proceeds of sales benefiting SurfAid International, where Mr. Hamilton serves as an honorary board member. The hand-painted bottles decorated with surf-inspired graffiti will be available exclusively at www.sephora.com for a limited time from May 15th – July 31st for $61.00. 

About Mickal “Mic” Stubblefield

Mic, who takes his inspiration from hip-hop culture, developed an interest in the world of design at an early age, in turn serving as the creative foundation for his work. Inspired by the raw and edgy nature of graffiti art, he developed an understanding of and appreciation for the finer elements of hip-hop culture including its music and style. Believing that anything could be a potential canvas, Mic has previously been commissioned to design both customized hand-painted sneakers and blazers for New York’s hipster crowd. For his work with Davidoff Cool Water, Mic used surf-legend Laird Hamilton as the inspiration for his unique bottle design.It was Mic’s ability to utilize his innate artistic talent that transformed itself into a career with BeCore Promotions, a youth marketing firm based in Manhattan. There he is best known for both his attention to detail and for his creation of master canvases, most notably the four he painted live at Davidoff Cool Water’s press preview in December, where surf-legend Laird Hamilton presented the brand’s 15th anniversary campaign.