A Big Smile To This.
A Big Smile To This.
No Manches, Este DVD lo compro Hoy.
This Weekend I’ll be watching this nonsense, Every-time I watch a trailer or highlights like this I want to become a boxer, but then I chill and go back to my designing needs.
I love anything that has to do with Mythology. It was one of my favorite subjects in school. When I first saw the original Clash I thought it was really cool, even-though the graphics were a little cheesy but it had a story line. Now There’s no excuses, the movie is going to be a classic. Again. Enjoy
Good Morning amigos, here are some pictures we took at the Latina Fashionista Fair in Downtown Los Angeles this past weekend. We got there a little late since we couldn’t find the place, I’m still getting the hang on how the streets work in LA but am getting better for sure. Some of the downtown streets were closed due to some type of parade that was passing by. So we found the place it was a nice huge building in the middle of the city with a little address number on top of it’s opening door, jaja, not even with my glasses I could see that far away. Anyways we went in and the fair was in full session, there was a lot of High School Kids looking into getting into the fashion industry and were looking for some pointers from a group of Fashionistas . Setting up was fun, honestly I didn’t know where to put things, but in the end I just put all of our shirts in front of me and my sketchbook in the middle.My computer wasn’t even charged so I didn’t get to use it, it would of made it a more visual presentation. So I talked about DIMEX and it’s stages that I think it’s going thru and then a lot of questions were asked. That was my favorite part, a lot of the students stood behind to talk to me more personally and answered all their questions to the best of my abilities.It was funny because as I was presenting, there was a lot of noise coming from behind me, it was Julian going crazy, he already wanted to leave, we had just gotten there. It was almost like I told him “Let the wild rumpus start” but it was all good that was part of my presentation too, jk.Some of the supporters there speaking were Art Center College of Design and other Latino business/store owners and fashionistas. The show ended pretty fast since we were late and all but overall I had a lot of fun meeting new people and talking to them about something I love doing. We headed out and decided to go to a Ramen place called Orochon Ramen around the same area.My soup was super hot I got the number 2, the broth already being hot plus the spicy part of it made it worse. This place is the same place that Adam from Man Vs Food finished a Special #2 and got his picture taken and is displayed in their Wall of fame.Julian was diggin into a Terriaki Chicken plate that was super good. Even-though the soup was supper hot I couldn’t stop eating it.and eating it.What can I say it was good, it did make my eyes watery do but that’s all part of the experience. jeje.There was a really cool space ship outside of this shopping place so we took some pics.We were all tired and had to drive back home, Julian didn’t wait for us to tell him to go “MIMIS” he just did. It’s an adventure every-time taking trips to LA from getting lost and meeting new people to eating different foods from all over the world it’s a great experience.
The Future is almost here. Dope
Halloween may have passed, but this beautifully done stop motion film carries all the creepy wonder of the holiday with a story that’s simply enthralling. This film, Luis, is the second short in a series titled Lucia, Luis y el lobo by Chilean artists Niles Atallah, Cristobal Leon, and Joaquin Cociña.
Luis was created using dirt, flowers, charcoal, found objects, and cardboard. It’s sister video, Lucia, was also shot frame by frame with a digital photo camera.
Sick, via Juxtapoz
The show went great, we got there and started setting up right away. I had never been in East Los Angeles, this was our first time and I thought it was pretty neat. The venue was pretty cool,it used to be a mortuary in the past and looked kinda creepy. So when the show started they let all the people in and it was insane the line was huge and they were all waiting to get in and enjoy the free Pan Dulce and free Tamales. It was fun seeing some old friends and meeting new ones, we gave a lot of masks, flyers, stickers and poster away. The food was great the tamales were good according to the people who tried them cause I didn’t get a chance to , jaja. The music performance was sick and it got everyone dancing and wilding out. I look forward on going to a lot of these shows in the future to share the brand and the message, thank you and hope to see all of you soon.