LA Originals | Official Trailer | Netflix

LA Originals | Official Trailer | Netflix



An exploration of the culture and landmarks of the chicano and street art movement that cemented Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol’s status as behind-the-scenes hip hop legends.

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Photographer Estevan Oriol and artist Mister Cartoon turned their Chicano roots into gritty art, impacting street culture, hip hop and beyond.

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47 Comments

  1. R.i.p to tattoo artist Kasper and his daughter that passed away in 2007 in Vegas when there car flipped he was a great tattoo artist he worked at the walk of fame tattoo shop in Hollywood Blvd back in the day

  2. In the documentary, when Mr. Cartoons says "I was told at a young age that I was gifted, I was blessed, I have a gift from God. And when you tell a kid that every day, over and over and over, they start to believe it!" It kinda makes me tear up. When I was a kid, my dad wasn't around and my mom always used to tell me I wasn't her son (I am), I wasn't her kid, I was a loser with no friends… She called me a loser again once on her way out the house so I went to the front door and asked her why she said that, she started imitating me like I was disabled, and then told me I'm not her son and to get back inside. I had dreams to start a clothing line, and for some reason she begged me not to do it (I was confused why she didn't want me to do it). I expressed to my dad over the phone (I would still communicate with him and see him a few times a year) that I wanted to go into music production, he told me I'm not the son that he wants. Sometimes I wish I had that encouraging support as a kid, I had so much imagination and so much going on creatively. It really killed my soul. That stuff is damaging. I do nothing now. Just want to shout out to all the families and mothers and fathers that support their kids and encourage them in everything positive they do. I would love to have a child to support but I got so depressed I'm so broke I can't even afford to support myself. Anyways. Not looking for sympathy. Just hoping others appreciate their parents/families/loved ones if they are supportive ✊

  3. Just finished it on Netflix. The documentary was sick and as a fan of LA hip hop culture I'd like to say that I'm glad I got to know more about these two iconic artists who impacted the city and the world in so many ways..

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