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Bitter Huayco

Work

Coalition
Coalition
Stop the Raids
Stop the Raids
Our Work and Sweat
Our Work and Sweat
Ñucanchic Huasipungo
Ñucanchic Huasipungo
Latin America
Latin America
Eduaction should be...
Eduaction should be...
Without Border
Without Border
Workers of Smithfield
Workers of Smithfield
Revolution X
Revolution X
Amnesty, Justice
Amnesty, Justice
The Students
The Students
Remembering What...
Remembering What...
The Value of Immigrant Labor...
The Value of Immigrant Labor...

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Naylamp´s work reflects his experience in Peru and the United States. The socio-economic characteristics of each place establish a tension where, on one hand, the immigration system regulates the flow of a cheap labor in the economy while american society demands represion of immigration.

Through the use of graphic design, Naylamp recalls the violence that occurred in Peru during the late 80´s and early 90´s as well immigration from south to north america. As a way to expand upon this memory, Naylamp´s work has been used as illustration for flyers, T-shirts, punk record covers and labor union campaigns.

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