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/ 5 August 2011

The prolific photographer Estevan Oriol teamed up with director Diana “Spaghetto” Manfredi. Working with Levi’s Film Workshops at the MOCA Art in the Streets exhibition, Oriol and Spaghetto captures LA’s notorious low rider culture, this video takes a very introverted outlook on an interesting scene, featuring Chris “Trouble” Delfosse, Lola “The Blue Queen” and Dr. Doom. The film has Oriol’s trademark all over. Rugged rough and raw.

Estevan Oriol X Spaghetto: Art in the Streets collab short film from Levi’s Film Workshop on Vimeo.

By Simon Daniel

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