The otherwise readable daily fishwrap here in San Diego, @sdut, prints @laloalcaraz's and @juncocanche's LA CUCARACHA so tiny on Sundays that I can't read it even with my glasses--hold off on the old folks jokes! In any event, as a public service, I repost it here! #mextasy pic.twitter.com/ixNh9IQ9zW— William Nericcio (@eyegiene) December 1, 2021
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
When the Daily Fishwrap Shrinks the Sunday Comics So Small Something Has To Be Done About It! Lalo Alcaraz's and Junco Canche's LA CUCARACHA Edition!
Saturday, August 14, 2021
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Monday, May 3, 2021
Calling All Hosts! Calling All Hosts! New Purveyors of the Mextasy Traveling Circus of Desmadres (Rasquache, Inc) Being Pursued!
#mextasy, a traveling #circusofdesmadres, seeking hosts for future invasions at your local school, college, university, museum, gallery, or library! learn more here: https://t.co/MssdoqMg6U— William Nericcio (@eyegiene) May 3, 2021
The Mextasy Traveling Circus of Desmadres is an itinerant version of #textmex + #browntv! pic.twitter.com/93j5QXBl6c
Thursday, April 8, 2021
Streaming Live Today via Zoom and Facebook at 11am PST! #BROWNTV with Frederick "Fede" Aldama and, Yours Truly, William "Memo" Nericcio
SDSU Press proud to co-sponsor this Latinx Studies event today with MALAS, the Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and...Posted by San Diego State University Press on Thursday, April 8, 2021
Saturday, April 3, 2021
2021 MALAS Cultural Studies Lecture Series: Thursday, April 8, 2021 || Live-streamed Public Lecture by Fede Aldama and Memo Nericcio || Talking #BrownTV
What are you up to next Thursday, April 8, 2021? What am I talking about? I'm Talking #BrownTV!— talking #browntv (@browntv12) April 3, 2021
Decoding Latinx Dreams/Nightmares of Speedy Gonzales, Pepe Le Pew, the Frito Bandito, Breaking Bad & Narcos @ProfessorLatinx + @eyegiene
via Zoom https://t.co/tuq7x2ub6K pic.twitter.com/OA6ZKEHkd1
Monday, March 29, 2021
Saturday, March 27, 2021
Mextasy Limited Edition Poster + My Initial Lesson in Semiotics -- THE BORDERTOWN DRIVE-IN, LAREDO, TEXAS (an excerpt from my dissertation, The Politics of Solitude: Alienation in the Literatures of the Americas)
Thursday, March 25, 2021
THE CAUCASIAN VOYEUR
The Caucasian Voyeur is a graphic that dates back to Monday, July 18, 2011. Originally produced for a presentation in San Antonio, Texas.
Like most of the Textmex/Mextasy project, this particular digital manipulation focuses on the eyes of the spectator--consumers of Mexican stereotypes for the better part of their lives, these trapped witnesses optically imbibe at the trough of anti-Mexican hate that is right at hand for our least educated and thoughtful American citizens.
The graphic is composed mainly of three 'found' graphic pieces featuring a handsome anglo watcher, Salma Hayek, and Alfonso Bedoya (from a TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE screengrab).
This 11x17 inch limited edition print is delivered signed and numbered--it is printed on glossy archival stock and shipped, rolled, via USPS media mail.
Order here for $11.95 with 99¢ shipping!!!
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
New Tapestry Print Honoring the Graphic Vision of Diego Gutiérrez Monterrubio for the Upcoming 2022 #Mextasy Invasion of ... To be Announced (shhhhhhh ... somewhere in Louisiana!) c/s
Sunday, March 21, 2021
A man's gotta eat--I get it. And acting jobs can be some of the most unpredictable gigs on the planet. Still I am not a big fan of Danny Trejo's latest commercial for AT&T--being featured on heavy rotation during the March Madness NCAA basketball circus currently playing on four major networks: CBS, TNT, TRU, and TBS. It is base and sans irony--it purely banks on the stereotype of the scary Mexican gangbanging thug. Trejo has done other adverts where he plays with his casting central persona--not this commercial.
Saturday, March 20, 2021
Nearly three decades after her passing, Selena Quintanilla remains a Texas icon—a beloved, Grammy-winning artist who touched millions in life and continues to inspire people around the world.https://t.co/115eicJHmy pic.twitter.com/oxIiFYffYy— Texas Monthly (@TexasMonthly) March 19, 2021
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Weighing in on the latest attempts to think about Speedy Gonzales, #mextasy #textmex #speedygonzales
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Monday, February 22, 2021
@ProfessorLatinx and @eyegiene, Professors Fede Aldama and Memo Nericcio, are excited to splash their work overseas in Paris... Selections from TALKING #BrownTV from @ohiostatepress will be appearing in an upcoming issue of https://t.co/gc1zpMvSdS— talking #browntv (@browntv12) February 22, 2021
Viva la France! pic.twitter.com/vWGLLKIAso
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
In Search Of Latinos On TV https://t.co/EIymVP0T66 via @prx— William Nericcio (@eyegiene) February 10, 2021
very cool! @ProfessorLatinx laying down the savvy on our new book #browntv ... check it out here: https://t.co/CaYGUGGDUZ pic.twitter.com/HRQoijMfCv