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Noche de Altares 2012 // photo by Lionhas3heads.com Greetings and salutations! I’m really excited that Dia de los Muertos lands on a Sunday this year. While there’s never a lack […]
New this month is Brooklyn – named for the street in Los Angeles that is now Cesar Chavez Avenue. I grew up in a neighborhood that was about 97% Latino […]
It’s been a busy couple months with events but I’ve also been drawing up a storm. My own little Dead Man’s Party has been in the works for what feels […]
Art has it’s practical uses! We offer an arsenal of ideas & years of experience in custom design including: Business or Personal Logos, Typesetting, Custom Holiday Cards, Unique Wedding Invitations, Sickly Sweet Baby Showers, and more. To see collections currently featuring Serpenthes artwork, visit
LINE 117 Stationery.
Art is personal so I love bringing the traveling circus to you by setting up shop at festivals, showcases, galleries & fairs. While we are based in Los Angeles, we jump at the opportunity to hit the road, Jack – or send art in our place! If you’d like a contribution to your show or want me to live draw, drop me a line!
Serpenthes started with excruciatingly detailed black ink drawings and has since evolved into a hydra taking on color, marker, paint, paper mache, and just about anything shiny. Gabriela is available for commissions including custom art, tattoo designs, clothing art & more. Contact for more info & rates.
LEO QUIJANO IIPhotographer
Lion, Offensive Driver, Matador.
Things get done at Serpenthes.com because of our Man in Black. Creative director, light bender & general MacGyver of the operation. You can see Leo’s photography at Lionhas3heads.com
T. Rex, Public Transit Advocate.
Thomas is valued for his brutal honesty, amazing napping skills & endless hunger for french fries. You can visit his personal Instagram at: instagram.com/TheRealThomasRex
Coffee addict, Tom Waits fan.
The brains responsible for Serpenthes.com & the visual nonsense it brings you. Graphic designer, baker, & godmother. For more information, visit the “Villainess” page.