2016 Latino Comics Exhibit at Martin Luther King Library

Thanks to Kathryn Blackmer Reyes and San Jose State University, Martin Luther King Library for hosting a great exhibit. I am honored to be a part of this exhibit with such talented artists. The Latino comics will be on display in the library through Sept 30th, 5th floor Cultural Heritage Center, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library. Stop by if you are in the area.

Clockwise left to right: Crystal Gonzalez’s “In the Dark” graphic novel and plush, Gabriela Gamboa’s “Miss Lonely Hearts 2”, Jules Rivera’s “Misfortune High”, Liz Mayora’s “Monstrous Love Stories” and yours truly: Grasiela Rodriguez’s “Lunatic Fringe” and “Spadra”.
The art of Jose Cabrera, “Latino Warrior” and Rafael Navarro’s “Sonambulo”.
Jandro Gamboa and Bernyce Talley’s “Monty Gomez The Luchador”, Richard Dominguez’s “El Gato Negro” and artwork by Lalo Alcarez.
Javier Hernandez’s “El Muerto”, “The Coma”, “Les Vodouisants” and “El Muerto Mishmash”
Top row: Jaime Crespo’s “Tortilla”, Bottom: Carlos Saldana’s “Burrito” and unidentified comics (the ones I still need to buy!).

Guillermo del Toro’s “At Home With Monsters”

Had the opportunity to visit Guillermo Del Torro’s “At Home With Monsters” art exhibit last Sunday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It was awesome. Basically, it is his art collection on display. Photography was allowed. Enjoy!

At Home With Monsters souvenir book and poster, available in the LACMA gift shop.
Ghost of Edith Cushing’s Mother from Crimson Peak.
Angel of Death from Hellboy II.
Illustration from the Book of Job.
Etchings from “Los Caprichos”, Francisco Goya y Lucienter.