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I grew up in Highland Park, a Latino community in Los Angeles. There, on the Aztec mural painted walls of my neighborhood I first understood an Indigenous past unmatched by anything I would ever find in my schools’ history books.

Now as a Designer, I create wearable street art through a Mesoamerican Graffiti sty… Read More
I grew up in Highland Park, a Latino community in Los Angeles. There, on the Aztec mural painted walls of my neighborhood I first understood an Indigenous past unmatched by anything I would ever find in my schools’ history books.

Now as a Designer, I create wearable street art through a Mesoamerican Graffiti style that gives life to objects by decorating them with the combined rich symbols of the ancient and modern Americas.

The making of art has occupied a special position among human activities in the modern era. Some might rank the making of art as the highest of all callings, many probably think of it as "mere commerce", but a few view the act as a vital link to our past. Read Less
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