Chor Boogie featured in The Wall Street Journal

chorfeatureCongratulations to our Client Chor Boogie for his feature in The Wall Street Journal!

As an artist of modern times, understanding himself and the world through color, defining the meaning of originality Chor Boogie is one of many masters that leads this pioneering craft of spray paint in its diverse art form.

His visionary works ignites the hearts and minds of the masses world wide. There is no color he does not use. He creates a wide range of forms pioneering his inverted can technique which slows down the pressure of the paint and creates dense, rich tones giving room for more detail on a broad perspective. Chor Boogie’s dynamic range of artistic styles can manifest as soulful, deftly shaded portraits to color therapy, geometric elements adding up to half hidden faces, and a minds eye or two to encourage you to see internally and externally.

One of his recent pieces of work was highlighted in The Wall Street Journal:

A splash of color has hit 120 West 42nd Street after Equity Office commissioned artist Chor Boogie to spray paint murals at its retail development called the Cubes, which has not yet opened.

“After experiencing numerous examples of Chor Boogie’s work in Wynwood during this past Art Basel Miami, I knew Chor would do great things to the blank canvas of The Cubes,” said Mr. Huebener.

Find out more at ChorBoogie.com!