David Choe can be described simply with two words: pure talent. He has done work for many impressive and interesting clients, such as DC Comics and Toyota. He has designed shoes, t-shirts, toys, books, and even a hotel room in downtown San Francisco. He works with paints–sculpts, draws, works in acrylics, water colors, spraypaint, photos, and anything he can make art out of. His site hosts a very impressive collection of his work. Not bad for a fella that dropped out of art school and now gets asked to speak at universities all the time. His future plans? He wants to illustrate the Bible and paint the entire Great Wall of China, for a start. —Josh Spear
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