Haculla is just the alter-ego of Harif Guzman, urban artist, originally from Venezuela and New Yorker of adoption: writer, the unmistakable, able to produce works thanks to a mixture of paint, spray and often stick art, pasting figures made using paper cutouts shaped, and then glued on canvas, or, more often on the walls of the metropolis.
The style of Haculla is so peculiar that today has created a real clothing line, where based black and white appear on sweatshirts, tees, jackets and sketches the artist made not only medians prints, but also through patches and embroidery .
The highlight: the bomber clearly you see posted here.
Official Artist Site: here. The garments of Haculla are on sale at Bloomingdsdale in New York, Soho, and online by Ron Herman.
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