Born and raised in a lower-class Hispanic community that prided itself with its Chicano attitude, Robert Garcia's first inspirations were the drawings on the letters his uncles sent home from prison and the gang graffiti painted on the walls of his neighborhood. Allowing the reality of his culture to breathe through him, he relied heavily on his surroundings to teach him about life. This pushed him to develop a passionate urge to respond to the harsh conditions of his living environment by projecting his voice through the creativity of art.
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