Alex Fuentes, better known as Los Fokos, is an illustrator and graphic designer. Born and bred in Los Angeles, he survived his youth by consuming equal doses of comic books, graffiti, art nouveau, the metaphysical and slasher B-movies. This mix of influences helped pave his path as a self taught artistic chameleon. His ability to shift gears and illustrate in a variety of styles and media has given him the opportunity to create artwork for companies worldwide and be featured in numerous publications and galleries.
Alex’s work carries itself, coinciding, on a fine line between personal projects and corporately commissioned ventures.
His muse (his vibrant children) and the lingering impact of nostalgia continues to drive and expand the visual language in Alex’s personal and commercial work. Pushing himself further into a world where animals never go extinct; A place where honest giddiness and childlike curiosity is never scarce.
Partial Client List:
Nike, Chiat Day/Adidas, Reebok, Levi’s, Random House/Scholastic, Popular Mechanics, Microsoft. Insomniac Games, Sony Music, Kraft, Disney, Target, WalMart, Hot Topic, Band Merch (LOTS of Bands), Young & Rubicam/ Wenner Group, The Salvation Army, and many more…
Featured On & Published In:
Tashen, Gestalten, Scholastic, ImagineFX Magazine, Oni Press, Udon/Capcom, Relevant Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Belio Magazine
West Berlin Gallery (GER): “Blood Sweat Vector” 2009
South Pasadena (US): “Hey You Guys” 2009
Gallery Nucleus (US): “Power In Numbers” 2008
South Pasadena (US): “Hey You Guys” 2008
Magic Pony (CAN): “Masters Of The Universe” 2007
Thinkspace (US): “ReMission” 2007
Gallery Nucleus (US): “Power In Numbers” 2007
Gallery Nucleus (US): The Ninja Show” 2007
Maverick Room (AUS): “The Insulin Show” 2006
Gallery Nucleus (US): “Power In Numbers” 2006
Thinkspace (US): “Cotton to Canvas” 2006
Gallery Nucleus (US): “Power In Numbers” 2005