El Canabis: Canabis or Cannabis in english, was one of the first cards in the plant/herb series. Cannabis, as many know, has a controversial past in modern colonial countries although human beings have evolved with this plant using it for medicine, food and religious uses. This image in the plant series is a reminder to look past the negative stigma and remind us of our roots and connections to all living things.
Loteria Redesign Collaboration between Artist Aly Aguilar and Buen Dia.
Aly Aguilar is a Fresno native and recent Cal Poly Graduate. She obtained her degree in Graphic Communication with a concentration in web and digital media. She comes from a Mexican/Honduran family which has always been her main source of inspiration. Growing up, playing Loteria was always a family tradition during the holidays, birthdays, or just for fun. The Loteria Redesign is categorized into 4 series: Original, Women Empowerment, Nature/Plants, and Social Justice. They each have different border design unique to each individual series. The Loteria Redesign was made to show the importance of Loteria within the hispanic community and also serves to spread awareness about current social/political issues.
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