Chaz Bojorquez was Inspired by the tradition of cholo writing

“Los Locos De Cali” by Bojorquez’s Monograph charts the life and career of Chaz Bojorquez, known as “Chaz.”  He grew up in East Los Angeles where he adopted the underground, punk street-art ethos. Chaz then pursued his calligraphy training at Chouinard Art School.  There he developed a unique stylized font with psychedelic imagery that he is now known for in his artwork.  

Los Locos De Cali #2 of an edition of 4 and PUB. P. and published 2011.

Now his art is part of numerous permanent art collections like the he Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of American Art, LACMA, MOCA and Laguna Art Museum.  

“Los Locos De Cali” is Limited-Edition serigraphs, print from Master Printer Richard Duardo at Modern Multiples, bears the Modern Multiple printer’s chop and in the Art world of prints, this is a big thing.  Also, in this case, SMALLER is better.  This one is #2 of an edition of 4 and PUB. P. and published 2011.  This Limited-Edition Fine Art print is a 17-Color, Hand-Pulled Serigraph on Coventry Rag Vellum 320 gsm. Similar work of larger editions of 35 are start at $3,000.  

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