CHICAGO TRIBUNE interview about LA CHAMBA: Street Vendors Comic book
UNIVISION interview about LA CHAMBA: Street Vendors Comic book
Interview with TELEMUNDO about LA CHAMBA: Street Vendors Comic book
Interview with Instagram official blog
Featured article on Remezcla.com
Featured as one of the top 9 Instagram accounts that diversifies for Latin Culture
Mural painting by Ricardo "NACO" Gonzalez in Vocalo's west side bureau in Little Village, Chicago IL.
MFA Painting student Ricardo Gonzalez recently completed a beautiful mural in the office building of Vocalo Chicago, a Chicago-based public media service and radio station. Vocalo Chicago creates open conversations about news and issues that effect everyone in the local community, and also seeks to connect with younger, culturally diverse audiences through music, stories, and training.
Mural I painted with youth facilitated by UICA Grand Rapids, MI.
Street art short film, I provided narration along with a visual of a collaboration piece from 2013.
Pilsen Portal Article I wrote
web article on street art show "Outside In" at National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago IL.
Installed at the BLUE1647 tech incubator space in Pilsen as part of EXPO Collectives October exhibition, Bit Wars had to negotiate the fraught line between fawning fan art and meditative homage. The artists chose to work with the imagery of a mass-market medium, drawn from one of its most commercial periods. Bit Wars honed in on the eighties and ninetiestimes when corporate juggernauts like Sega and Nintendo dueled conspicuously in the advertisement pages of a growing games journalism. The threat of kitsch thus hung in suspense over every piece
Article via Clique highlighting some of my work process and experience as an educator.
Short Documentary on my mural project in Blue Island Illinois as filmed by Maritsa Arteaga. Community Mural project created on an exterior measuring 20ft x 30ft.