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Junco Canché, the Chicano Punk Rock Artesano, was born in the US and raised in Mexico. His influences include cartoons, punk rock, manga, and Mayan codexes . Before SDFP, Junco drew cartoons for El Coyote Online, La Prensa News, and the Southwestern College Sun. He's received awards from the JACC and the local Society of Professional Journalists. Currently following the path of the artisan and working towards his B.A. in graphic design. Email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest posts by Junco Canché (see all)
- ¡Que Viva Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez! - October 29, 2016
- The Chargerfication of the Barrios - September 14, 2016
- Defenders of the Water - September 8, 2016
or in French, it could sound something like “Kesako, putain de merde bordel a cul?”. Where was this cartoon published? merci, V.
Desde la Logan says
Junco’s original cartoon was published here after the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Since Hebdo’s recent disgusting toon of Alan Kurdi’s death, Junco redid it to express his current feelings.