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David Choe’s Dirty Sunsets

Last week the internet was abuzz with news that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg purchased David Choe's "toxic la sunsets and the dirty moon hangs like a filthy fingernail" painting from Choe's standout "Nothing to Declare" show in Beverly Hills last year (which we covered here.) The painting also served as the cover for a Jason Jaworski-penned 'zine (which we gave you an exclusive first look here) and this week Choe announced it's upcoming release this Wednesday as a limited edition print via the good folks over at Trapeze Editions (who also have a great Rob Sato print in stock btw.) Get a full look at the work after the jump.

Last week the internet was abuzz with news that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg purchased David Choe‘s “toxic la sunsets and the dirty moon hangs like a filthy fingernail” painting from Choe’s standout “Nothing to Declare” show in Beverly Hills last year (which we covered here.) The painting also served as the cover for a Jason Jaworski-penned ‘zine (which we gave you an exclusive first look here) and this week Choe announced it’s upcoming release this Wednesday as a limited edition print via the good folks over at Trapeze Editions (who also have a great Rob Sato print in stock btw.)

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