Vinyl Addiction Episode #13 Rob Dyrdek ,...

#ThrowbackThursday Taking it back with some of the Vinyl Addiction action.

VA EP13Web from Jesse Hernandez on Vimeo.


Straight Outta Compton Poster for #FANDA...


I was honored to design one of the exclusive posters for the NWA movie “Straight outta Compton” with @Fandango

“N.W.A. is one of the most raw and iconic rap groups ever formed. In true West Coast flavor I had to keep it gangster with the black-and-white color scheme, Old English letters, gold chains, and bandana print in the background.”

Be sure to check out the other sick pieces by the homies Sket One, Chito Arellano, and Roman Cortez  HERE

Just noticed the Fandango Movieclips facebook page has my piece up right now, snagged a quick screenshot. Scope it while its there. HERE

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Minions Mural Video recap from Fandango...


Minions Mural progress at Youtube space ...



Print release and Signing friday night a...

signing in oakland tomorrow




Urban Aztec TEES Now Online!...

Urban Aztec Tee Shirts available now!

They’ve sold out everytime we exhibit, here’s your first chance to get them online.

Hit up to get yours!!!


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Primus Gig Poster...

Here’s my poster for tonight’s PRIMUS show.

A small edition of my artist copies will be available tonight 10/29 at 6:00 pm PST




Animation Demo Reel...

Animation Demo Reel Update for 2014

Updated the Reel with some new projects hope you dig it!


Animation reel 2014 – Jesse Hernandez from Jesse Hernandez on Vimeo.


Songs and Sorrows Exhibition @ Oakland M...

Songs and Sorrows: Días de los Muertos 20th Anniversary
October 8, 2014–January 4, 2015

Artistic and community voices from the past, present, and future will come together for this year’s Días de los Muertos exhibition and related programs, marking two decades of the Oakland Museum of California’s commitment to uniting Bay Area communities around healing and remembrance. Highlighting contributions from pioneers of Días de los Muertos celebrations in the Bay Area and newer voices that continue to evolve this living tradition, the exhibition will include works from Jose Guadalupe Posada, Carmen Lomas Garza, Patssi Valdez, and Jesse Hernandez, among others. Co-curated by OMCA Senior Experience Developer Evelyn Orantes and Guest Curator Bea Carrillo-Hocker, Songs and Sorrows, the 20th anniversary of the exhibition at OMCA, will explore the tradition from its pre-Hispanic origins to its present expressions in California. Pre-Hispanic funerary artifacts, Mexican folk art, contemporary art, and installations will convey the iconic imagery and the aesthetic and spiritual qualities of this festival.

One of the nation’s most beloved celebrations of the Mesoamerican and Californian tradition, OMCA’s exhibition and community celebration continue a commitment to honoring the customs of Días de los Muertos while introducing visitors to contemporary practices. Días de los Muertos are traditionally celebrated between October 31 and November 2, and are associated with iconic elements—sugar skulls, marigolds, colorful ofrendas or offerings—arranged or created to honor deceased loved ones.
Don’t miss OMCA’s 20th Anniversary Days of the Dead Community Celebration, taking place in the Museum gardens on Sunday, October 26, 2014, featuring craft activities, tasty food, dance and music groups, colorful altars and more, bringing the community together for this healing tradition.

Outside Lands Live painting @Chezgrizzly...

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