"Stockholm syndrome" print by David Choe

Street Art // Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Last Year David Choe became worth an estimated 200 million after taking cash instead of stock options for painting a mural at Facebook headquarters in 2005. Since then, the artist has been working on a range of different creative projects with no signs of any new work being created. As Choe stated today on his website, “Tomorrow I'm going to release "Stockholm syndrome." My first print in almost 2 years (sorry I was busy).” So here is your opportunity to get yourself a David Choe print or who knows, you might have to wait another two years. The 18x 24-inch giclee print is a watercolor of a bat that was first painted on Pablo’s Escobar’s house in Medelin. Each print is different; hand laid with genuine palladium leaf on every single one and will be available in an edition of 44 at $444 each.


They will be released at noon Pacific Time zone today and you must email Bobby Namaba at to get one.


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