Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Hemway Industries Launches David Choe Print “Haitian Girl” With All Proceeds Benefitting the Haiti Relief Effort

Hemway Industries is proud to announce the launch of a new print by David Choe, “Haitian Girl”, with all proceeds being donated to benefit the Haitian Relief Effort.

Personally paying for the cost of the prints, David Choe created “Haitian Girl” with all proceeds going to Yéle Haiti, a foundation created by Wyclef Jean. “Haitian Girl” measures 18x24 and is a giclée print on archival paper. Limited to 50 editions, the print is hand-signed by David Choe and costs $300. The print is available now for pre-sale but will not ship until February 21, 2010.

David Choe’s next solo exhibition featuring new works, “Character Assassination” opens on February 5, 2010 at FIFTY24SF Gallery.

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About Hemway Industries
Hemway Industries democratizes art by developing, producing and distributing collectibles designed by internationally celebrated contemporary artists. From prints to housewares, Hemway Industries allows art lovers to collect works by their favorite artists – at more affordable prices. All designs are produced in limited editions and are distributed exclusively online at

About David Choe
Los Angeles native David Choe is a muralist and graphic artist. He has designed and produced apparel, comic books, movie posters, album covers, fine art books and toys, among many other projects. Choe has collaborated with companies such as Electronic Arts, Levi's, Sony Pictures and adidas.

About Yéle Haiti
Yéle Haiti is a foundation started by Grammy-Award winning musician, producer and social entrepreneur Wyclef Jean that is changing lives in this desperately poor but optimistic nation.

Through Yéle Haiti, Wyclef uses music, sports and the media to reinforce projects that are making a difference in education, health, environment and community development. In practical terms this translates to over 3,000 new jobs, close to 7,000 children being put in school, more than 8,000 people a month receiving food and approximately 2,000 young people a month learning about HIV/AIDS prevention.

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