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In conversation with Chaz Bojórquez & TAKI 183 moderated by Shepard Fairey, presented by BEYOND THE STREETS at NeueHouse Hollywood.

GRAFFITI GODFATHERS

CHAZ BOJÓRQUEZ

50 Years of West Coast Graffiti

Arroyo Seco Tag, 1975

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A GLIPSE INTO THE ORIGINAL - Hardcover Artist book

Legendary artist Chaz Bojórquez the Godfather of Graffiti. In this stunning monograph, Bojórquez's artistic progression is revealed one decade at a time, beginning in the 1970's. His early interest in Los Angeles's native 'Cholo' style graffiti. As the book unfolds through the decades, the diversity and range of Bojórquez's work becomes evident: street graffiti, paintings, logos, type intensive graphic design work and forays into cinema and fashion are all executed to the highest level. 

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LOS ANGELES ORIGINAL

GODFATHER of
West Coast Graffiti

CHAZ BOJORQUEZ
 

From the diamond studded highway of the Arroyo Seco riverbed in the barrio of Highland Park, to the Smithsonian, Chaz Bojórquez has become a living legend as The GodFather of West Coast Graffiti.

A 55 year career mark, Chaz has changed the perception of Cholo graffiti writing into a well respected and influential art form. Bojórquez began his west-coast aesthetic in 1969, using Cholo style graffiti mixed with the disciplined Asian art form of calligraphy. Chaz brought an identity and unique aesthetic to a worldwide community, both as a street artist and a fine artist. Graffiti is a dialogue, and Chaz’s signature style is the language of East L.A. neighborhoods.