Jazmin Velasco


Jazmin Velasco is an artist from Guadalajara, Mexico, where she studied graphic design and illustration. In Mexico City she studied oil painting and printmaking. Later she moved to London where she studied multimedia and established her work as an artist, printmaker, ceramist and illustrator of books.
She is inspired by the work of Jose Guadalupe Posada, the father of Mexican printmaking, and by Leopoldo Mendez who founded the Taller de la Grafica Popular, the celebrated organization which produced the posters and pamphlets that brought the Mexican Revolution to its illiterate masses, and created some of the finest graphic art of the 20th century.
This series of Lino-cuts prints titled Seven Capital Sins but One (the Wrath is missing) are printed on A1 Canson Fine Art Paper.


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