Tag: El Tuerto

DIMEX LOOK: EL TUERTO

Check out this new section called the DIMEX Look. How do you wear your DIMEX gear? Share your comments on our posts and Facebook Page. Any ways, here’s the first look, hope you like it, you can get this t-shirt by clicking on the image. Gracias.

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T-SHIRT DAY: EL TUERTO

Get your El Tuerto T-Shirt today, only available at our online web store. El Tuerto is inspired by Antonio Aguilar and his amazing action/love movies. El Tuerto is a made up character by us to commemorate his role in the Mexican Film industry.

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POSTING AT THE DIMEX STORE: EL TUERTO

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On Friday I felt like doing something special to brighten the store up a little. I started on a project for the wall on the side of our storefront, a project that will be refreshed every month or so. Our first design that is going to be wheat pasted on the wall is El Tuerto, in commemoration of the Bicentennial Celebrations that will be happening on the month of September. Come through and check out some of our product check out the piece or just to kick it. Here are some pictures of the process, I will be posting the final piece in the next couple days. Clikeale a la liga. Good Night.

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PLAYERA OF THE DAY: EL TUERTO

El Tuerto is one of our newest additions to the DIMEX Collection, Inspired by Antonio Aguilar and all of his Revolutionary movies. I have been a huge Antonio Aguilar fan since I was little, I used to sing towards the boom box my aunt had in her living room, I would wear my botas, a […]

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DIMEX COLLECTION CLOSE UPS PART 3

DIMEX COLLECTION CLOSE UPS PART 3 La Batalla de la Vida. Despues de un trabajo duro o algun tiempo en que te miraste derrotado por un rato biene la victoria, y es por eso que la batalla de la vida es muy importante, aunque salgas devil y semi derrotado al final la victoria es mas […]

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El Tuerto-VectoMex

El Tuerto-A quick study of how vintage one color ads looked in the early 1900’s. Here I used a picture of Antonio Aguilar in one of his many revolutionary movies, becoming the one and only “El Tuerto” More to come this is just a taste of what’s next. Enjoy.

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