Here’s the piece I did for @BluntGraffix BLUNT FINK show that opens tonight. If you want to get the print right away and not pay shipping or wait for me to put down my pencils to ship it to you - then you should go to the show tonight and pick one up. Who doesn’t love instant gratification?
I’ll post the print on my site sometime next week. Hopefully you enjoyed the sneaks of the process I’ve been posting.
5-color screen print
Edition of 100
I need sleep. I got two hours of sleep and the film crew started shooting me at 9am…oy vey!
I really want to get this print! Combined two of my favorite things into one awesome piece. Again, Mr. Ewing continues to blow my mind.
Sneak peek of the new ChingoZine covers. Collect them all!
Very happy to be a part of this zine and one of its founding members! ChingoZine por Vida ! C/S
CHINGOZINE 2 ARTIST: MARK AGUILAR
San Antonio artist Mark Aguilar is a featured ChingoZine 2 contributor. His color portraiture and visual narratives embody Mark’s natural, charismatic ability of storytelling. Ask him about his recent run-in with a scorpion in his pants for an example. He recently completed a mural for San Antonio’s Chalk It Up!, a chalk mural festival, and is continually on the prowl for his next batch of vaudevillian tales.
My name is Mark Aguilar, and I am a ChingoZine artist.
There are a couple of things that make Mark Aguilar such a complex fellow to the everyday passerby. For example, Mark has a gigantic pompadour, quite a few tattoos related to demons, devils, and is freakishly tall. No really, he’s like the Mexican hulk. Before you start avoiding him in a dark alley, Mark is probably one of the most easy going people you’ll ever meet, and his artwork is legit. His creative influences come from San Antonio’s Westside, B-Horror movies, punk and rockabilly music culture, art nouveau, and mod culture. See his links for samples of his work:
Changing jobs has been crazy, but I’ve met some cool people up in Austin! Chingozine!