EMILIANO Hi guys we finally re-stocked the Emiliano tee. You can purchase it now by clicking on the link below. About the Shirt: When I was a kid everyone wanted to be Batman/Superman but what I wanted to be was Emiliano Zapata. Source: EMILIANO | DIMEX
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INSPIRACION: EMILIANO ZAPATA Antonio Aguilar in Emiliano Zapata, I had to watch this movie the other day and luckily I found it on YouTube. It was little low in quality but it did the trick. Great performance and to top it off in an interview I saw about Antonio he commented that he funded the […]
Because of the high demand on this title EMILIANO is back in stock. One of my favorite designs ever since I created it. I made plush dolls, foam board cut outs, stickers and a bunch of other stuff that never saw the light. Now the T-shirt is back on our online store ready to ship. […]
Emiliano is one of my many favorite tee shirts out there, what makes it the most favorite is that as soon as I printed the first batch they all sold out, that had never happened before and so that’s why it’s so special to me. The simple design in the front is a tribute to […]
For a long time I been wanting to come out with certain DIMEX inspired T-Shirts collections that pay tribute to certain movements/characters that have inspired the brand to become what it is. One of those movements has to be the EZLN. Their movement struck the world when they decided to be heard by raising their […]
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 […]
The Zapata interview
by Maggie Van Ostrand
In 1916, an intrepid reporter, Guillermo Ojara, was assigned by his paper, El Demócrata, to go south to seek and interview Emiliano Zapata.
After harrowing incidents with hundreds of Zapatistas in the mountains, valleys, even The Hill of the Scorpions inhabited by thousands of those deadly creatures, Ojara was finally brought to his subject.
It is interesting to note that Zapata was called “El Attila del Sur” by his men, and frequently signed his public proclamations with that title. Without further delay, here, in part, are Ojara’s words, which tell us much about Zapata’s physical appearance, charismatic presence, and philosophy of justice for the poor.
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Only available at Olveritas Village in Los Angeles. Get them while they last. Enjoy.
HALLOWEEN 2008 Halloween was fun as usual, this time I dressed up as Emiliano Zapata. A lot of people recognized me, I was really surprised when they would call me by his name. It was a great night along with some good old XX’s I was enjoying the view and chillaxing. My son […]