Entries in david choe (19)
Here is another BEAUTIFUL print in the 'Girl' series by artist David Choe. First was 'City Girl', then 'London Girl' (which I own) and now my favourite so far 'Tokyo Girl'. This is available two different ways, there is a MONSTER sized 44 x 44 inch version with an edition size of 5 for a lot of $$$$. There is also a smaller version at 17 x 17 inches in size with an edition size of 76, comes signed andumbered by the artist for $250 each. These were previously only available in Japan, but Dave put some aside for us North Americans. These will be available through Trapeze Editions.
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Here is a sick print called 'Machete' by artist David Choe. This is an 18 x 24 inch screenprint with an edition size of 66, comes signed and numbered by both artist David Choe and actor Danny Trejo for $300 each. Here are the details: This Friday September 10th at 9pm EST we will be releasing an exremely limited amount of the david choe 'Machete' prints, they wil be made in a edition of 66. they are 18 x 24 inches in size printed on the finest quality paper, and will be signed by both Danny Trejo and David Choe, and are $300. All sales on this print will be donated to the charity 'CANINE COMPASSION". all orders and emails before 6pm will be disregarded, non-stop harrassing emails will be taken off the list, email Prince Bobby at 9pm EST at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bobby is filling orders in the exact order the emails come in, first come first serve. Expect at least 3 weeks for delivery. FYI, the first 23 orders will come with an extra special surprise mini print.
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Here is the much anticipated vinyl release for 'Munko' from artist David Choe. These 12 figures are called Munko, Munkosaur, and Munkette and are available in blind boxes in three different colours and 2 extremely realistic textures. These were made by Good Smile Company. These must haves are available for only $11 each.
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David Choe - 'Nothing To Declare'
I am a typical artist, so I’m definitely my own worst enemy, my irritable bowel syndrome being a close second, I self destruct constantly, I suicide bomb my own shit weekly, and destroy everything that is good and pure in my life. I love and hate L.A. I was born and raised here, this is the city where I first fought, fucked, farted, and rioted. I fucking love the shit out of this city and I hate it with all my heart. This is the city that never gave me an art show so I had to exhibit at an ice cream parlor. I want to burn this city to the ground. This is the city that came out in hundreds to see my movie premiere and made my parents proud. I want to face fuck this city. Either way it's been way too long Los Angeles, and I’m sorry I had to leave in the first place, but you were really annoying the shit out of me, but I forgive you, I’m sorry I left you when you needed me most, i've seen these horrible atrocious art shows you’ve been subject to, I seen these wacked out gimmicky douchey group shows and art walks you been sexually and mentally harassed by. I’m here to tell you, I’m coming soon and maybe you’ll appreciate me and not to take me for granted this time. Let's make the dysfunction work for us, ok ? I promise to try harder if you try harder. It’s been 6 long year since my last show here in Los Angeles when you fucked me and I left you. In that time I seen things, I’ve heard things, I’ve felt things I’ve never felt before, I been hitch hiking all over the globe, I been to Japanese jails, African jnugles, Chineses torture chambers, the Whitehouse, and to all 7 levels of hell and back. In April 2010 I will have my first solo art show in BEVERLY HILLS with Lazarides. I will take all my love, all my hate, all my pain, all my rage, all my suffering and all my skills and experience I've collected over the years. Everything I’ve learned in every medium from watercolors to oils to spraypaint. I’m gonna express everything I feel about this city and what it is to live and die and be born again in the city of angels… Los Angeles I’m coming home and when I come this time, I’m gonna come harder than I ever have before!! - david choe
Opening: Wednesday April 23, 2010 Exhibition Runs: April 23 - May 23, 2010 Location: 320 North Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills CA 90210 Lazarides Gallery is pleased to announce artist David Choe's exhibition 'Nothing To Declare'. The extremely prolific Choe has been hard at work creating new paintings, drawings, and sculptures for the 8,000 sq ft space in Beverly Hills. Driven by an unquenchable thirst for life, Choe saps every possible drop of experience - good or bad - out of his tremendous adventures. From incarceration in a Tokyo jail to hitchhiking down the Mississippi River via paddleboat, freight train hopping city to city and hunting for dinosaurs in the Congo jungle, David weaves these encounters into his work projecting a dramatic and fantastical, often sexually explicit, vision of the world. As one of the most technically proficient artists around today, no media is left untouched. Utilizing a combination of spray paint, oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache and urine, Choe works his magic on wood, cardboard, polyurethane and canvas. From the artist who first exhibited in an ice-cream parlor, expect no less than a sensory melting pot of life seen through his eyes:
“I will take all my love all my hate all my pain all my rage, all my suffering and all my skills and experience I’ve collected over the years everything I’ve learned in every medium from watercolors to oils to spray paint I’m gonna express everything I feel about this city and what it is to live and die and be born again in the city of angels..." David Choe ~ 2010