Google Outs New EN MASSE Live Cases For Pixel & Pixel XL

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Google's Pixel phones have quite a few case options available to them for being fairly new, and included in all of those are the live cases which Google sells on the Google store. There are more than a few categories of the Live Cases already available, and Google seems to be continuing to add even more options into the mix, as they have just announced a series of EN MASSE live cases on their official Google Canada Blog.

The EN MASSE Live Cases are part of the Artworks collection which features multiple different sets of designs from various artists, with EN MASSE being the newest added into the collection. Like all of the other Live Case options, these will set consumers back $40, and for those in Canada the cost will be $50 CAD. While these will be available in the US and other regions where the Google Store is accessible and the live cases are available, Google notes that they specifically worked with Montreal-based artists, seven in total, to create the EN MASSE collection. Although it might not be immediately noticeable, Google states that the artists they partnered up with for this series of case designs have their passions rooted in various different cultures including hip hop, punk rock, street art and more, which no doubt had some influence on the end result of this unique style of Live Cases.

The EN MASSE series joins other options like the Jeremy Scott, Opening Ceremony, and Jen Stark Artwork cases among others, as well as cases not in the Artwork collection like the Google Earth and Google Trends Live Cases. For the EN MASSE collection Google worked with MC Baldassari, Jason Wasserman, Rupert Bottenberg, Katie Green, Cheryl Voisine, dalkhafine, and Carlos Santos to make the cases come alive and offer something a little bit different, as well as ensure that Pixel owners have more options for customizing their devices. Google is also promoting the EN MASSE collection of Live Cases via the first video below, and you can see the cases in the making via the second video if you're curious to know how the process was completed.

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