David Choe's "Choegal" by Ningyoushi

Limited to 1000 hand painted pieces, LA-based artist David Choe, in association with Upper

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Limited to 1000 hand painted pieces, LA-based artist David Choe, in association with Upper Playground, presents his latest work of art entitled Choegal. The piece produced by Japanese toy makers Ningyoushi is based on a wooden toy Choe made for past Giant Robot shows. The toy features moving parts including a spinning head revealing three different faces and emotions and fully poseable arms. Standing at approx. 8” tall, the Choegal is now available via Upper Playground’s web store.

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