Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Walrus TV Artist Feature: David Choe Interview from "Dithers"

David Choe is a favorite at Upper Playground as we’ve witnessed his progression as an artist over the years, through his recurrent involvement with the company. In this interview from the “Dithers” DVD, you get a glimpse of the man behind the art, and the cleverness you witness as he speaks becomes amplified when viewed in the context of his masterful paintings. Much more than an artist, David Choe has a personality to match his talent. Watch the interview from "Dithers," available for the first time to the public for free, on Walrus TV.

About David Choe:
David Choe was born in 1976, raised in Los Angeles and is of Korean descent. He is one of the most diverse and prolific artists working today. Choe’s art, photos, and writing have been featured in Giant Robot, and Vice Magazine among numerous other publications. His extensive client list includes Marvel Comics, Levi’s, IBM, and Nike. Choe’s three self-published, comic / journal / novellas: Bruised Fruit, Cursiv & Slow Jams have received awards and are sold out editions. David Choe’s works have been exhibited in galleries internationally. He is also one of the youngest artists ever to have a solo show at MOCA. A trailer of the new documentary “Dirty Hands: The Art and Life of David Choe,” is available on view at www.dirtyhandsmovie.com.

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