As I grew up, being from a home of a very strong Latin culture, I was influenced by the art of Mexico and the low-rider scene. My grandma, was a very religious woman and taught me a lot about what matters, family, faith, a hardworking ethic and most important-RESPECT. She taught me how to be proud without being prideful. She taught me how to respect others for who they are and what they believe stand strong in your own ideals and still maintain respect and dignity. Her personal moniker was the praying hands. It was a symbol of her faith and her love for life. For me it represents all the things she taught me, but now with my own influences and spin.
You can’t be from So Cal and no nothing about the Lowrider scene. The vibrant colors and the mix of religious iconography mixed with a street wise attitude. And this is why this piece means a lot to me- it’s a part of what has been instilled in me and at the same time, that street blend that makes it the piece of art you see here.
Carry what you need while your out with 3 credit card pockets on one side- 5-1/2 cash pocket and some one-off exclusive art. Hand saddle-stitched for strength and quality in off white, red, green, natural, and of course, black! Comes with a grommet to attach a wallet chain or lanyrard. fits perfectly in your front or back pocket without all the bulk.