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Run #01007
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TYPE:Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper
SIZE:18 x 24 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Jan 08 2015
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Luke Chueh and 1xRUN.
Edition Size: 200
Framing: NONE
No Frame
About The Work
About The Artist

The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.

"Headphones" was created for my 2014 solo show, "Self-ish", at Corey Helford Gallery. As the show title implies, the paintings created for the show had an autobiographic theme. As most have come to expect from me, most of the paintings from this show were rich in metaphor and symbolism, but there were a couple of paintings that I created that were simply reflections of my everyday life. "Headphones" is one of those paintings.

As the painting illustrates, my rabbit stands, wearing a hoody and donning a pair of headphones. On a good day, you can find me assuming the same pose, going for a walk around my neighborhood, listening to whatever suits my mood." - Luke Chueh
Born in Philadelphia, but raised in Fresno, Luke Chueh (pronounced CHU) studied graphic design at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obipso where he earned a BS in Art & Design. He was then employed by the Ernie Ball Company, working in-house as designer/illustrator where he created several award winning designs and was featured in the design annuals of Communication Arts and Print Magazine.

In 2003, Chueh moved to Los Angeles to further pursue a career in design. However, a lack of employment opportunities left him resorting to painting as a way to keep busy. From there, he got his start showing in the Los Angeles underground art scene, specifically in the Cannibal Flower art shows. Since then Chueh has quickly worked his way up the ranks of the LA art scene, establishing himself as an artist not to be ignored. Employing minimal color schemes, simple animal characters, and a endless list of ill-fated situations, Chueh stylistically balances cute with brute, walking the fine line between comedy and tragedy.

Chueh's work has been featured in galleries around the world, and some of his paintings have also been reinterpreted into vinyl toys.

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