David Choe ORIGINAL Art: 2003 Scion Mural! Estate Sale / Trade! for sale in Houston, TX

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Item: David Choe ORIGINAL Artwork: 2003 Scion Mural, 4 pieces mounted on 2 black foam boards! Skyrocketing Value! Facebook paid stock worth about $200 million! You get this rare find for a fraction! $49,500 ($174K price reduction, to date!) OR Make Us an Offer! Will consider trades. Description: more pix at http://www.DavidChoeArt.com To celebrate the opening release of the Scion XB, Toyota/Scion invited David Choe to paint one of the new cars. 4 panels on the passenger side were covered with a plastic media. David painted his mural. Later they were pulled off and mounted on 2 boards. It's rare to find an original painting by David Choe, especially one as important as this. The black foam board on the left, the rear of the car so to speak, measures 37" high by 56" wide. The board on the right, the front of the car, measures 37" high by 74 1/2" wide. Call Jim at 409-789-6216 for more information. You can actually see David Choe painting the Scion, THIS ACTUAL PAINTING, in the movie, Dirty Hands - The David Choe Feature Film This film is now available at Itunes. Scion has saved the original car that the painting was made from, but the art was sold to my sister... and is now back on the market. My sister was "in to" David Choe before most of us ever heard of him... that's just how she was, ahead of her time. She's passed on (BEFORE her time!) and this art needs to go to a home that will appreciate it. Rare to find David Choe original on the market... especially one so big and so famous! That's even rarer. All trades considered!

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