'Death Blossom,' David Choe's latest exhibition at the PYO Gallery in Beijing, is a masterful array of psychedelic exploding heads. There are other gorgeous works included in the massive exhibit, but these images moved me most.
For 'Death Blossom,' David Choe took to China's streets to collect media to work into his artwork. Shopping bags, local currency, propaganda posters, and discarded cargo all appear in various forms within the exhibition.
Implications - Consumers today have developed a set of extreme and radical preferences and tastes. For many, simplicity will not satisfy their consumer cravings. These individuals are drawn to the products that provide fresh and exciting perspectives or experiences. Businesses that employ outlandish or bizarre qualities into their concepts will appeal to a wide audience.
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