alejandro garza


Anastasia Rasputin

So that’s the latest set of commissions I’ve done for David N. @osmiumalloybadass 

He and his friend Alejandro Garza came up with this character based off of established Marvel character genealogy: she is daughter of Piotr Rasputin (Colossus) and Kitty Pryde (Shadowcat). It’s been a ton of fun to draw her, especially this third one where I was able to put a kind of Lockheed tatoo on her back.

- Dima

Fachada lateral con bajo relieve por Federico Cantú Garza, Teatro ‘Cuauhtémoc’ de la Unidad Servicios Cuauhtémoc (IMSS), calle Jardin esq.boulevard Manuel Ávila Camacho, Col. Centro, Naucalpan de Juárez, Estado de México, México 1963

Arq. Alejandro Prieto Posada

Foto. Brehme

Side facade with bas-relief by Federico Cantu Garza, ‘Cuauhtemoc’ theatre of the IMSS Social Services Center Cuauhtemoc, calle Jardin  at Blvd. Manueal Avila Camacho, Naucalpan, Edo. Mexico, Mexico 1963

El teatro, Conjunto Habitacional Unidad Independencia, San Jerónimo Lídice, México, DF 1960 

Arqs.  Alejandro Prieto Posadas y José María Gutiérrez Trujillo

Mural Bajorrelieve. Federico Cantú Garza 

Theater, Independence Unit Housing Complex, San Jeronimo Lidice, Mexico City 1960

Bas-relief mural by Federico Cantu Garza


More Ale Garza Generation X, from X-men Unlimited #20 - Where the Wild Things Were, written by Joseph Harris. In which Gen X go to a funfair and encounter a trio of trolls. And Jubilee has a little trouble on the ferris wheel.

Seriously, I just love how expressive Garza’s work is.

And Jono’s glasses are adorkable.