A vector illustration of one bad-ass kogal.The kogal fashion involves wearing an outfit based on a Japanese school uniform, but with a shortened skirt, loose socks, and often dyed hair and a scarf as well.The word "kogal" is anglicized from kogyaru, a contraction of kōkōsei gyaru (high school gal).It originated as a code used by disco bouncers to distinguish adults from minors.[
I wanted to create and share a series of 5 vector illustrations as a tribute to my Hispanic Heritage (Mexican-Cuban growing up in NYC), this one is titled "La Vida Del Mexicano" ,translation "the Life of the Mexican".
A vector illustration to help launch the Jose Cuervo Tradicional mural event in California.Guests oif the event were invited to participate with a "Paint by Numbers" mural.
A Mexican inspired vector illustration with a rally cry saying " Every Mexican has the Power of the Jaguar". In Aztec cultures the Jaguar was the "Hunter of the Night" a powerful deity that were spiritual companions to man.