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José Fever ~ A Photo Essay by Jennifer Jaimes

You know him as Joséxy, José Fever, or just his street art using the motifs of famed singer José José. Now, enter his world through the lens of photographer Jennifer Jaimes, who spent the last few months documenting the artist's latest creations...

About Jennifer Jaimes:
"With a desire to preserve and carry on the tradition of portrait photography from the streets to the walls above, Jennifer captures the unstoppable images of the Los Angeles Street Artists of our era. Her work as been described as a positive modern approach that is honest and ambitious, but most importantly, bold. Her images aim to inspire and educate using both stylized and raw images that are each one of a kind. Jennifer has been documenting the underbelly of Hollywood for the last 10 years, all the while becoming enchanted with the city's vibrant street art. Her statement about the art form: Is it vandalism? yes. Is it art? yes. Is it illegal to express words? no. It is UNSTOPPABLE."

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