It would be no exaggeration to say that 2020 has been a year that has shaken up our daily routines.
I concluded, for example, that I need to push harder with my art, my job, and my message. That push became real with the creation of my Barrio Watch line.
A satirical take on the “Neighborhood Watch” signs seen during the 80’s and 90’s, the Barrio Watch logo serves as a warning sign to white supremacists, reminding them that our barrios and hoods are keeping an eye on them. In the dawn of the Ku Klux Klan, minorities feared their night raids. Today, the tables have turned.
Speaking of Pepsi halftime shows, next time you are in Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Mexico, spend your halftime at Los Tacos de la Pepsi. Or start with this video — it has us convinced! — and then visit their Facebook page here for more info. Looks like they have a Valentines Day special.
And now for a special Superb Owl Pepsi-inspired slogan or two:
PREVIOUSLY ON TEAM MASCOTS:
UO has willfully and bald-facedly swiped the iconic and pride-inducing United Farm Workers Union eagle logo and transformed it into crap denim shirt fodder for their slave-made clothing.
Wonderfully hipstery and ironic, que no, that clothing factory wage slaves in the Third World make a shirt with a logo that represents the struggle to improve migrant farmworkers’ lives in the U.S. so they are not slaving away in Third World working conditions.