The other day I got an email from Luis Alviso a loyal fan of the brand with pictures attached of this bad boy. A huge piece on some wall in Santa Ana, CA. I love it when people do things with our designs it’s really cool and inspiring to know that someone give a shit about my brand, thanks a lot man and keep up the good work. Saludos. Get your Chalino Shirt by visiting our store and rock it at the next Paisa club you go to. Sales.
Posts tagged: Chalino Sanchez
DIMEX LOOK: CHALINO is probably one of the cleanest shirts I have designed, the details are pretty good and guess what you get a shirt with Chalino that looks like him. What best way to enjoy this shirt but with un bote de Tecate “El Gallo De Sinaloa” bumping really loud in the background while letting some shots off to the air with your custom made Beretta pistol. No mames, ni yo me la creo. Anyways check out this sick shirt online and place an order today for you, your friend or Novio. Sales.
Que Pasa with Dimex Moving forward, every day I ask myself this and think what do I have to do next to make the brand grow more, and every day I don’t feel like I do enough. It’s a feeling I have always had when doing anything I truly love, but in reality I do something every day to make the brand grow a bit at a time but don’t really see it most of the time. This whole time I have been learning the arts of Screen printing taking care of some side freelance work and working my 9-6 job and in between I have created new designs for the new Dimex T-Shirts believe it or not we are moving forward.
Going through my pictures in my phone I found this old school image of my best friend John (West Coast Punk) and me chilling at our local Denny’s where we would meet every Tuesday to talk about how we were going to make the brand grow. An old catalog is in my side as well as one of my sketch books that I had lost somewhere. This takes me back and makes me appreciate the support my friends always give me when it comes to making the brand a success.
Like i said I have been working on a couple of things here and there for the new designs. Here’s one I did inspired by the show that Chalino Sanchez had in Coachella when someone shot him in the stomach and he shot back with his Beretta. This design is available in our online store.
On Saturday I was eating one of these delicious candies called “Pelon Pelo Rico” By Lorena Candies and as I finished it I had an idea and got to sketching as soon as I got home.
That same day in the afternoon we headed over to Ocean Park Beach then walked to the nearest pier for a friend’s kid birthday party, we had a blast and enjoyed the walk and time to think about things. We left before it got too cold.
Also I have been working on getting better at screen printing I been doing it for like three months now and practice does pay or you be the judge, this is one of our best sellers “Sicarios” you can buy it now at our online shop.
When I got home this is what I started sketching, it’s a tough ruff draft of something special for the brand. Coming Soon, stay active.
Chalino tshirt coming soon to our online store. We have been working on several designs regarding the narco corrido culture for a while now and decided to come out with a new el Rey del corrido tshirt along with the re-stock of the old El Pelavacas tshirt. Stay tuned for news and updates and make sure to pick up the shirt as soon as it hits the shop cause it will go fast. Thank you.
Today’s corrido Monday is a little old but it’s still a really good one in my book. El Crimen De Culiacan by Chalino Sanchez. Listen to the lyrics at a point he’s talking about some dogs eating a humans intestines, crazy. Get your Tee today, if you haven’t already.
The product of the day has to be our new El Pelavacas T-Shirt for both Men and Women, get it today only at the Dimex online store. The original king of “El Corrido” Chalino Sanchez is the inspiration for our “El Pelavacas” T-shirt. I have been a huge fan of Corridos since I was little, my mom told me once that I would sing “Lamberto Quintero” with my mini “guitarra”, I started listening to Chalino when I came to the USA in 92′ but unfortunately didn’t get to see him perform since he was gunned down in Sinaloa that same year. I did get to see his son perform and even-though their singing abilities weren’t that awesome the charisma that they both shared with their fans was unexplainable. Here’s my tribute to El Pelavacas.
Ya Despues De Muerto, Chalino Sanchez. Listen to the phrases. Enjoy.