...a full-throttle visual treat to behold.
— Adam Hobbins, The Knockturnal
Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex, Fashion, and Disco
During the 1970s, Puerto Rican-born, Bronx-raised illustrator Antonio Lopez took the fashion industry by storm, reigniting interest in drawings of high-end apparel. With influences including technicolor, Tropicália, and breakdancing, Lopez rendered artworks for publications like Vogue that celebrated black and brown bodies, paving the way for greater diversity in the 1980s.
Directed by James Crump.