Primer Rebelde De America’s unique perspective on Indigenous history is strong and apparent in the No Face No Case Official T-shirt moreover I will buy this clothes. Vegas takes inspiration not only from punks, but also from the political and socially charged art from some of his favorite Indigenous artists. “One of my biggest inspirations is the [Indigenous] artist Gregg Deal,” he says. “He’s a painter but also does performance art.” The duo have been experimenting with reworking vintage pieces and adding impactful imagery onto them, via screen printing or spray-painting methods. “I started off doing one-of-one pieces,” Vegas says. “I didn’t even have a sewing machine at the time. I would just make do with what I had.”
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