[We’re not positive, but we think this mashup is by I AM CRAVING YOU. So thanks!]
[See more comics and writing by Sissy Biscuit, a real girl in a cartoon world, at SissyBiscuit.com]
[Creator Unknown! If you know who made this, tell us so we can share.]
We’re happy she found work at this new restaurant, even if it is in North Carolina. Frida’s Mexican Kitchen is on Facebook, too, don’t ya know!
Very late Wednesday night, I created a Twitter hashtag — #MakeMoviesMexican — and asked the Tuiteros if they had suggestions.
Huh? What do you mean? Like this:
#MAKEMOVIESMEXICAN. Gone With the Migra. White Men Can’t Cumbia. Get the idea?
(It turns out I wasn’t the first with this idea. Superstar pocho comic Felipe Esparza tried this concept in February.)
Here are the Pocho Ocho NEW Top Tweets we got in return (racist, ignorant Tweets not included — the entire thread is below.):
8. Mex In The City
7. Dude, Juarez My Car?
6. Finding Chapo
Artist Ana Smile has people all offended in Brazil, but she thinks they need to just chill.
These photographs of young Magdalena Carmen Frieda, later known as Frida Kahlo, were taken by her Hungarian Jewish father Guillermo, over a period of 20 years. Baby Frida is two years old in this first shot.
The Big Fancy Coloring Book offers something special for odd grownups, peculiar kids, and lovers of absurd drawings of tacos, Frida Kahlo and/or Chiquita Banana and/or Carmen Miranda, luchadores and armadillos. It’s the latest creative product from our mysterious amigo, The Painter of Arizona Light, whose Internet spokespern is known as El Rey Del Art (so-called self portrait, above).
We’ve secured especial permission to share four of El Rey’s droppings here:
Some of these stories are News and others are Ñews.
We post, you decide.
There’s more Junco Canché on Instagram.
Experience Frida Khalo’s paintings in a musical slideshow by RiZaAnn
Isabel Ann Castro — aka the Queen of Tacos, Texas — raises desmadre and makes art in San Antonio, Texas. Last weekend she was holding hands with Frida Kahlo.
Gavin Aung Than aka ZEN PENCILS is a freelance cartoonist from Melbourne, Australia who turns inspirational quotes from famous people into inspirational cartoons, like this illustrated essay based on the words of Frida Kahlo. SPOILER: You are beautiful just the way you are.