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Ana Velasco

Ana Velasco

Ana Velasco is a Los Angeles-based freelance culture and music writer, poet, producer, and artist from Mexico City. Her work has appeared in Essential Home, HighSnobiety, and Office Magazine, amongst other publications.

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“The Four Seasons” by Alfredo de Batuc (1979 Commemorative Dia de Los Muertos Print) | Courtesy of Self Help Graphics & Art
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Self Help Graphics & Art's Día de los Muertos Legacy Told Through Prints

For over four decades, Self Help Graphics & Art become emblematic of the Day of the Dead in L.A. not only through its community celebrations but also through the annual limited-edition prints they commission. Take a look at some of these memorable prints.
Still from Creme Caramel: A woman in a room with many lamps looks down at a creme caramel that has eyes.
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CANADA: The Storytellers Behind the Sexy Psychedelic Music Videos

CANADA creates music videos for a diverse array of artists, from Beck to Hinds, Rosalía and The Charlatans.
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