mosk1ta:

San Pancho

I’ve pass by this everyday on my way to work. Anyone know the artist?

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flootzavut:

silversteampunk:

I used this image because I’ve seen it posted without a source SO many times.  (I’m looking at you Disney fandom)

Artwork - [x]

OH I didn’t know you could search by image with an uploaded image *mind blown* this is awesome.

PSA and signal boost.

This is important! Since most/all of our posts are the work of very talented artist we do our best to give credit.


If you reblog our posts, please don’t remove credits.

If we don’t source in one post, please call us out.

Thank you.

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princesswhatevr:

moonhowlerpress:

Here’s are some higher quality photos of some prints that I’m currently selling in my etsy shop. I’ve been working on this series for about a year and I’m hoping to do my own version of each loteria card there is. I also have some shirts and a couple of dolls for sell too so please check it out! 

Holy fucking shit yes!

Love these. Check this series out!

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08th
July
bikinikillz:

LA M.U.J.E.R. 💪🚺


La M.U.J.E.R. by Mujeres Unidas por Justicia Educacion y Revolucion

bikinikillz:

LA M.U.J.E.R. 💪🚺

La M.U.J.E.R. by Mujeres Unidas por Justicia Educacion y Revolucion

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gloriaramirezart:

Lotería! (series). ink on paper. 7.5 x 9 in. 2014

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messyandscattered:

la poeta🌛 (at loteria🎉)

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rafaeldelagarza:

This is another commission piece I just got done with a few days ago. It was a pretty relax job. They gave me an idea of a women holding up a bike like Atlas. I automatically thought of the El Mundo card in Loteria. I scanned the b&w version that I did just with a Micron marker. And then I did all the color with watercolor. I had a fun time doing this and the project seems cool so that always helps with motivation. It’s a new non profit in San Anto, Tejas. Check it out. 
https://www.facebook.com/pages/UCC-union-de-chicas-ciclistas/489130477853128

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kararikue:

57 - La Chamana

Called the rough voice of tenderness by those that loved her, Chavela Vargas is best known for her haunting renditions of traditional Mexican rancheras, despite being Costa Rican.

Although throughout most of career Vargas had never directly addressed her sexuality, she let her music and personality do the talking, refusing the change the lyrics of songs (which were often written by men in dedication to women), drinking heavily, wearing men’s clothing, and often carrying with her a riffle.

At the age of 81 Vargas publicly announced that she was indeed lesbian, and from then (until her death 12 years later) she became a loud voice in favor of lesbian visibility.

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erioh:

Picked up some goodies while in east los 👌

Beautiful! La Estrella by Jake Prendez

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corazon-cosmica:

Finally have finished to prints to share with you guys! For those who don’t follow me on Instagram, I’m giving a print away to my followers. I’ll be doing the same here. I will be picking two winners at random. Here are some simple rules if you want a chance to win one of these awesome prints:

1. You must be following me: corazon-cosmica

2. You can only reblog this once 

3. A like will also count as an entry to win  

(So a total of two entires per person)

Note: The winners will be given two days to respond and give their shipping info. If I do not hear from anyone I will draw again.

Contest ends March 31, 2014

Good luck to everyone! I’m just trying to share my art and contributing to the growing Loteria art movement lol. 

GIVEAWAY
Love this print! Want. Need.

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10th
March

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melaniecervantes:

Print now available to buy www.DignidadRebelde.com “El Corazon de Pan Dulce”, Melanie Cervantes,13 x 18 inches, 4-Color, Hand pulled, Screenprint, Cougar Double Thick 160# Paper, Printed in San Leandro CA 2014

El Corazon (de Pan Dulce) is my first take on the popular Loteria iconography. There are 54 uniquely designed cards in game Loteria. The Mexican game of chance holds a a special place in many my heart because I remember raucous games with 54 being played among family members both in Mexico and the U.S.

I created this piece to support the former owner of Casa Latina-Jose Ruiz’s crowdsourced fundraiser, “De Corazon a Corazon”, to be given to donors as a special thank you. I tied the theme of the fundraiser “corazon” to pan dulce because of the bakery at Casa Latina. I have a small number of artist proofs available for sale here on DignidadRebelde.com

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twospiritcreations:

Joteria Chronicles Now Available for Download on Etsy

Check them out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/DosEspiritus?section_id=15022748&ref=shopsection_leftnav_5

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para-todxs-todo:

whol3:

pensamientasdesordenadas:

Loteria contra la violencia hacia las mujeres.

Por Karenina, Sofia y Dahlia. 

Wow, thank you for making these. I loooovveee them!

Sickass. Woow these are so dope

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