A Letter From The Editor: The Future of Booooooom
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A colourful collection of drawings by artist Hugo Rocci, inspired by his time living in Highland Park — a neighbourhood in Los Angeles filled with a colourful mix of people and signs. They were all created without the use of a computer but, rather, using different types of ink. As Rocci explains:
“I did this because it makes the process more interesting with space for the mistakes of the screen-print fit. Conceptually it resonates with the rough and sometimes absurd hand painted signs and logos that I saw on York Boulevard myself.”
See more of Rocci’s screen-prints below or click here to learn more about the complete book.