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Artist David Choe Helps Kids Transform Wall in South L.A.

By Campus Circle Staff
Artist David Choe Helps Kids Transform Wall in South L.A.
The famous artist was the one who transformed the Facebook headquarters.


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Choe, who is worth an estimated $200 million, helped the kids of “A Place Called Home,” a non-profit organization in Los Angeles, paint a mural in a devastated area of South L.A. Choe has created artwork for Linkin Park and Jay-Z, and he is most known for his transformation of Facebook headquarters. The acclaimed artist wanted to give back to the community he was once a part of, having grown up in Koreatown. The wall features characters the kids created and designed with the help of Choe.

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Article posted on 2/25/2013
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