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"It always warmed my heart to see Emiliano Zapata stuff sold next to images of Spiderman, Batman and others. It was a great lesson to a kid like me: Not all heroes are fictional."

10 x 13.5 in. (25.4 x 34.29 cm)

Exclusive fine art wood print on 1/2" sustainable Birch, bright white finish hand signed by Jorge Gutierrez

Available exclusively in a timed release ending Thursday, November 17th at 11:59 pm PST.

Add a custom black frame for $30 by selecting the "with Frame" option below. Click here for more information about our frames.

Because each print is hand signed by Jorge Gutierrez, the prints will ship out around November 28th.

About the print:

The three prints were taken from a collection of acrylic paintings by Jorge Gutierrez on display now at 2nd Floor in Huntington Beach.

"These 57 acrylic paintings are my passionate love letter to the amazing bootleg artifacts and crap sold at the Tijuana/US border. In Mexico we are endlessly bombarded with pop culture from all over the world, especially the US and Japan. I love that the border artisans and shysters digests all this and spit it back out to sell to both the Tijuana locals and tourists from all over the world.

They have made these things uniquely their own and many times improved or reconfigured them to express themselves or empower these things with subversive ideas hidden under corporate paint coats. I'm now honored to be a part of this community and tradition."

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About Jorge Gutierrez

Jorge Gutierrez

Jorge R. Gutierrez is a Mexican animator, painter, writer & director who, along with his wife and muse Sandra Equihua, created the multiple Annie & Emmy Award winning animated television series El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera for Nickelodeon.

Born in Mexico City and raised in Tijuana, ...

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