David Choe is an artist working in oils, sculpture, mixed media and spray paint — a good mix of street and fine artist, if indeed people still make a distinction between the two. He’s the type of guy the corporations come to when they need a touch of cool — Levi’s, Nike — because he has both the ideas and the credibility to deliver.

Here, catch part one of a three-part interview done for the folks at Upper Playground in preparation for a showing of ‘Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe,’ a documentary that will be screening tomorrow as part of the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival. For the rest of the interview, follow the link.


The short URL of the present article is: http://wp.me/p3KoEv-tV

Leave a Reply