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David Choe: Exodus From The Land of Play

December 22nd, 2008 by Alex

exodus_small.jpgClick the image for hi-resolution.

Screen prints and posters don’t often make it onto the pages of tFS, but this piece is definitely an exception

David Choe, the badass muralist, got together with Burlesque Designs to create a monster of a screenprint – more technically complex than I’ve ever heard of before.

The piece is titled ‘Exodus From The Land of Play’ and measures 33″ x 30″ of 18 color screenprint goodness. It’s limited to a run of 76 prints and is priced at $909 (for those unfazed by the current economy).

Beyond the amazing color count, the entire run is hand painted by David Choe to further ensure the uniqueness of every finished piece. That’s some serious time & effort investment.

Check out a ton of detailed photos in this Flickr set or purchase the print at Burlesque Design. There are still some available.

Oh yea, you can see a video of the printing / customization process after the jump…

[via OMG Posters]

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