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David Choe & Jason Jaworski’s “Nothing to Declare” Zine

Releasing in conjunction with David Choe's "Nothing to Declare" show at Lazarides: Beverly Hills is a handmade 'zine of the same name. Created with longtime Choe collaborator and friend Jason Jaworski, the limited edition publication will feature some new full color images by Choe and a new story by Jaworski. When we asked Jaworski what the 'zine would be about, he told us that David had given him quite the daunting subject upon which to wax poetic... "whores". Based on Jason and Choe's prior 'zines, we'll assume that this one will be enough to make even Charles Bukowski blush. Check out a couple teaser images of the art inside, here.

Releasing in conjunction with David Choe’s “Nothing to Declare” show at Lazarides: Beverly Hills is a handmade ‘zine of the same name. Created with longtime Choe collaborator and friend Jason Jaworski, the limited edition publication will feature some new full color images by Choe and a new story by Jaworski. When we asked Jaworski what the ‘zine would be about, he told us that David had given him quite the daunting subject upon which to wax poetic… “whores”. Based on Jason and Choe’s prior ‘zines, we’ll assume that this one will be enough to make even Charles Bukowski blush. Check out a couple teaser images of the art inside, below.

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