I had these posters printed in
a silkscreen shop that specializes in "carteles chicha", a very basic silkscreen technique and tipography
style invented in the 80s by Andean immigrants in Lima. At that time they were called “invasores”
(“invadors”), a massive population displacement caused by poverty and political
violence in the Andes that settled in the outskirt of Lima, city´s “belt of poverty”.
Hand cut templates, no photo processing and cheap textile fluorescent inks that referred to colorful
Andean textile colors. They were used to advertise concerts of “chicha” music.