Art Travel Moment: David Choe in London

OVER AT WOOSTER COLLECTIVE, they have a couple amazing shots of artist David Choe taking to the walls of London and creating some insanely intricate pieces. Choe, who has been interviewed by publications like Giant Robot and has gained a kind of fame in the world of street art, is known for his wild and unfiltered style — the art seems to reflect the man, as shown in this short YouTube documentary.

Choe’s web site says that he is currently homeless — wandering from city to city, painting “anything and everything, as well as on anything and everything.”

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1 Response to “Art Travel Moment: David Choe in London”


  1. 1 Sloan March 7, 2008 at 9:15 am

    I love Wooster Collective, which reminds me – I thought for sure I’d see some great street art in SE Asia (and China) but there was surprisingly little. I think I saw more cool stencils in Memphis than in all of China. Maybe one has to go to Japan, Korea, Taiwan?


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