August 30, 2019

San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets

When the Current broke the story that acclaimed barrio artist Cruz Ortiz sent a cease and desist to local food pop-up ¡Bucho! demanding $20k in damages because of their logo's similarity to his art style, the San Anto art community was immediately up in arms. At the center of the debate is whether Ortiz can claim ownership of the Chicano art style, which has its roots in the Chicano protest movement of the '60s and '70s. We've rounded up a series of tweets and memes locals have made in reaction to the drama.
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San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
Rafael Gonzalez Jr. / Twitter
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
Isabel Ann Castro / Twitter
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
Gali G. / Twitter
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
Courtesy of Regina Morales
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
Courtesy of Regina Morales
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
San Antonians React to ¡Bucho!/Cruz Ortiz Drama with a Slew of Memes and Tweets
Courtesy of Regina Morales