Body art and painting are some of the most culturally significant elements of African culture.
While both are part of the tradition, there are distinct differences between them and there are often important differences in how they are interpreted.
While there are a lot of great body art artists from across the globe, they often have a history of being misunderstood or overlooked.
To better understand what makes body art and paint stand out from the crowd, we talked to two of the best artists to have worked in this field, David Choe and David Haig.
Choe is known for his signature style of black and white paintings with a strong emphasis on texture, colour and contrast.
He was a member of the acclaimed group, The Black Panthers and is considered one of the greatest artists of his time.
Haig has been working with the same black and brown color palette for over 30 years and has created a strong presence in contemporary art and design.
Haig’s work often explores the meaning and implications of African-Americans life experiences and his art is often influenced by contemporary art, music and visual culture.
Both Choe, Haig and Haig are currently working on work in various countries.
Their work is widely available on the internet, which helps create a stronger bond between them.
In a new interview with The Daily Beast, Choe said he was inspired by his own life and his work.
Choe: I started off painting with white and then started mixing in black and green.
I’m always thinking about the things I didn’t get to do growing up.
So that’s where I began.
Haige: I’m inspired by my parents, my family, my upbringing.
I really like the fact that they were not allowed to do things that they didn’t want to do.
So I think I have a lot in common with them.
Do you think the African- American body art community has had any positive impact on your career?
Choe : No.
Haeg: It’s been really weird, because I’m an artist, but my art career has been kind of a mess.
Choo: I do see a lot more opportunities and opportunities to learn from other people.
Haive: It definitely has a positive effect on my work.
What advice would you give to aspiring artists looking to pursue body art careers?
Haig: The thing that I’ve been thinking about is: Where do you want to be?
Chooe: When you’re not really sure what you want, you start to feel like, “What do I want?”
Haig : I think the most important thing is to really think about what you actually want to accomplish and what you can accomplish in your life.
Chooe : I have been really lucky in that my work has really brought me to the forefront of this whole thing about race.
Haig : When I started doing art, I wanted to make art.
It was like, I want to make people laugh.
But now I really want to actually have fun and express myself.