David Choe Net Worth

David Choe is an American painter, graffiti artist, graphic novelist and muralist. David Choe Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $300 Million. Explore more about David Choe‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

David Choe Full name David Choe. His nick Name was David Choe. David Choe now 46 Years old .

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He was born in 21 April 1986  in Los Angeles, California, United states of america.

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Choe’s graffiti landed him a week-long stint in prison, then he moved in with his parents and started writing and illustrating for various magazines, including “Vice.” He also appeared in the “Vice” web series “Thumbs Up!” (2007–2010), which documented David and his best friend, Harry Kim, hitchhiking and train-hopping around the U.S. and hitchhiking across China. Around the time he became involved with “Vice,” Choe began a relationship with the pop culture store and magazine “Giant Robot.” After art galleries showed little interest in his work, David hung his artwork in the Melrose Avenue ice cream shop Double Rainbow. Customers liked it so much that the shop let him exhibit his work there for two years, and he would add a new piece every time one was sold. In 2006, he self-published the graphic novel “Slow Jams,” initially making around 200 copies and giving them out at Comic-Con in 1998. After submitting the graphic novel for the Xeric Grant, Choe was awarded $5,000 to self-publish an expanded edition of 1,000 copies. The graphic novel was published in 1999 with a $4 cover price, but it has sold for hundreds of dollars on eBay in recent years.

For over a decade, Harry Kim filmed thousands of hours of David’s life, and it resulted in the 2008 documentary “Dirty Hands: The Art and Crimes of David Choe,” which is described as an “intense portrait of David Choe, a young near-schizophrenic street artist that devises numerous criminal schemes that afford him to hitchhike across the globe.” After holding numerous solo shows in San Francisco and San Jose, in 2005, Choe was given a solo exhibit at the Santa Rosa Museum of Contemporary Art. His first solo New York exhibition, “Gardeners of Eden,” took place at Chelsea’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery in 2007, and the following year, he held his first solo U.K. exhibition, “Murderous Heart,” at the Lazarides Gallery in London and Newcastle. In 2013, David held an exhibition of his watercolors at the Museo Universario del Chopo, Mexico City, and in 2017, he held an invite-only exhibit, “The Choe Show,” in Koreatown. Choe also designed the cover of Jay-Z and Linkin Park’s 2004 “Collision Course” EP and voiced the lead character in the 2007 animated film “We Are The Strange.”