Last year, David Choe and seven other graffiti artists were chosen to participate in a project entitled myFINBEC with Cave Fin Bec winery. Each artist was given a stack of 84 wine crates to paint like a make-shift wall. Each wall was then disassembled so that whoever purchases the 6-bottle crates will own that part of the mural. The artwork was also incorporated in the labels for the individual bottles. It looks like Choe had a few crate-walls at his disposal and did his thing on all of them. Some of his crates are available for purchase now via the myFINBEC online shop. Check out the pictures of Choe's process above and the 14-minute video of the artist at work below:

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