chaz bojorquezHailing from East Los Angeles, Chaz Bojorquez was raised in a culture of pseudo calligraphy written by Mexican-American Cholos in the 1940s. Bojorquez’s overarching style draws on the foundation of this cholo inspired Old English typeface. This typography has a gravity that represents the “we”, the social collective. Employing this style Chaz Bojorquez whole heartedly believes that art is directly connected to the pride of a community and “any like that speaks about identity, dignity, unity, and line is art”. 

These limited edition screen prints (also called serigraphs or silkscreen prints) are produced exclusively by Chaz Bojorquez for the gallery in the artist's studio in Los Angeles.