We’ve been working on a new project we think you sea sirens out there will appreciate. I can’t tell you exactly what it is yet, but come late June we will have some new inventory that we are pretty stoked about.
This project has been in the works for a while now…I hope you all love it as much as I do.
Here is a little sneak peak, but there is SO much more to come, keep an eye out.
Curator – Besos de Sal project featuring some of my favorite, hand-picked creations.
Coming soon as part of a special project entitled Besos de Sal
I can’t believe I haven’t posted these images yet. Julio was asked to do these covers for Viva Puerto magazine over the last couple of months. The magazine has traditionally used only photographs for the cover. Barbara, the magazine’s creator / editor, felt she was taking a big risk with the first cover Julio made. However, it was so well received she asked him to draw the very next issue. Take a look!
Viva Puerto Magazine cover art by Julio Soto, Spring 2014
Viva Puerto Magazine cover art by Julio Soto, Feb 2014
Julio’s artwork looks great on the wall! This print is from our online shop www.zicazteca.myshopify.com
The quality is amazing! Super luxe matte paper, vivid colors and exceptional detail. 18 x 24 inches.
Our Online Shop is finally up and running! Well, it has been up and ready for a while but I was nervous about taking the final step and announcing it. But nerves be darned! We are moving forward and are super excited about this new step. We can now offer Julio Soto’s gorgeous and whimsical prints for sale as impeccable Art Posters printed on-demand, our tanks (we are adding to the selection soon!) printed with fun designs from Puerto Escondido, and even mugs and tote bags of the highest quality. We hope you enjoy! Let us know what you think please, we are still learning and growing everyday, and all your opinions will only help us get better.
Thanks / Gracias!
Ariel and Julio
That spooky time of year is fast approaching, and in honor of all things macabre we have a bunch of gruesome key chains and hair clips from a Mexico City resin artist we met a few months back. Each piece is hand detailed and incredibly realistic. It’s quite a departure from the bright, whimsical pieces we usually carry in the shop, but we were impressed, and a little grossed out, by his creations and thought we’d share. Come get one if you DARE!!!!!
zombie heads, fingers keychains