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Roxie Vizcarra lives in Brooklyn, NY and works full-time as an in-house illustrator for Rockstar Games.
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  1. Whoa! I forgot to post the full version of that piece I did for Dimebag 4 on tumblr. Here it is in all its uncensored unfolded glory Whoa! I forgot to post the full version of that piece I did for Dimebag 4 on tumblr. Here it is in all its uncensored unfolded glory
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    Whoa! I forgot to post the full version of that piece I did for Dimebag 4 on tumblr. Here it is in all its uncensored unfolded glory

  2. Piece for Dime Bag 4 show in brooklyn, curated by Jordin Isip 

Full unfolded version to follow! Piece for Dime Bag 4 show in brooklyn, curated by Jordin Isip 

Full unfolded version to follow!
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    Piece for Dime Bag 4 show in brooklyn, curated by Jordin Isip

    Full unfolded version to follow!

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  4. A few months ago I had the chance to make an illustration of beardy Spanish soccer star Alvaro “The Beast” Negredo for the World Cup issue of the beautiful and lushly designed 8x8 Magazine. Last night I attended the launch party of the issue, and found my piece, along with that of superstar and buddy Jonathan Bartlett, were displayed in a nice gallery setting. Big thanks to ADs Priest+Grace!

  5. In the commotion of the last week I forgot to post this full page I did for wired magazine a while ago. It’s about *GASP* pinball tournaments.

    In the commotion of the last week I forgot to post this full page I did for wired magazine a while ago. It’s about *GASP* pinball tournaments.

    (Source: dangercock666)


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  7. The beast

  8. Back in January ESPN magazine contacted me to make several illustrations for a story they were reporting on about Cuban exile boxers. The images ended up not getting used, but I had a lot of fun with them as boxing is a hobby of mine and I also grew up in Miami which has a significant Cuban exile population.

    The story had a pretty ambivalent view on whether one particular boxer’s new found “success” in America was all that it had promised, and I tried to reflect it in this opener. I was also pretty excited to coin the nickname “Slamma from Havana”—no one calls him that but they should. 

  9. Some additional unused spots for the Cuban exile boxer story for ESPN magazine.

  10. El Chacal El Chacal
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    El Chacal