(pronounced Low-zo) character-driven style is a quirky blend of Mexican folk art, 1950s cartoon cell-animation, traditional tattoo imagery, and pure southern California Lowbrow. Lozeau's work features his unique perspective on life, death, and all the gory stuff in between. His paintings have appeared in galleries across three continents, he's collaborated with Disney, Harley-Davidson, and his work has been featured in tons of books and magazines.
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|Evel of Guadalupe|
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|Skull Cafe Racer Sculptures|
|Board Track Racers|
|Iron Horse Bandits|