Derek Yaniger's wild and wacky take on Mid-Century Modern graphic art has become a colourful staple on the contemporary low-brow scene and beyond.Read More...
Lucha Libre, Santa Muerte and Dia del Los Muertos – Mexican graphics are everywhere. The 256 pages of this brilliant hardback tome are jam-packed with amazing visual invention and inspiration from over 40 superb artists, including Dr. Lakra, Dr. Alderete, Sergio Mora, Palehorse and Pooch. This is the essential follow-up to Kustom Graphics I and II and The Day of the Dead. Specially commissioned embossed cover by Dr. Alderete and Julio Carrasco.
Featured artists: Samuel Casal, Toño Camuñas, Calavera Comics, Chema Skandal!, Chiken Billy, Dr. Alderete, Dr. Lakra, Kirsten Easthope, Escobas, César El Moreno, Fudemae, Margarita Fick, Flores Demián, Charles Glaubitz, Jorge R. Gutierrez, Carlos Hernandez, Huesudo, MASA, Marie Meier, Sergio Mora, Mr. Kone, Jean Luc Navette, Neuzz, Mitch O’Connell, Ismael Olivares, Pale Horse, Michael “Pooch” Pucciarelli, Christian Reyes, Gustavo Rimada, Robot Soda, Artemio Rodríguez, Jean Sebastien Ruyen, Sergio Sánchez Santamaría, Saner, Raudiel Sañudo, Duy Thang Nguyen, Humberto Valdéz, Lucas Varela and Zoveck.
General Editor Dr. Alderete
Based in Mexico City, but hailing from Patagonia in Argentina, Dr. Alderete is a leading figure on the international lowbrow scene. A graduate of the School of Fine Arts at the Universidad de La Plata in Buenos Aires, he originally worked as an animator for MTV in Latin America and Japan, and for Nickelodeon in Brazil. He is also the co-owner of the independent record label Isotonic Records, and of Vertigo, a cultural centre, music venue, gallery and shop in Mexico City.