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Pilsen Graphics

The Pilsen neighborhood has a long history as an immigrant community, for the last 30 years as a predominantly Hispanic area. Most businesses cater to recent immigrants of limited means, with plenty of dollar stores, thrift shops and plain bakeries along every busy street.

El Dollar +

Such humble businesses rarely support elaborate advertising, but if you look closely there are some small scenes of graphical interest, such as the dated clip art on the Love Fashion clothing store.

Love Fashion

A barber shop where Lego figurines can go for a trim.

Super Express

Three little cannibal pigs torture one another on the Carnitas Uruapan butcher shop. Do you feel hungry?

Carnitas Uruapan


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