Upperplayground x FIFTY24SF: Estevan Oriol Collection

San Francisco based Upperplayground and their parallel art gallery, FIFTY24SF have just released their latest collection of apparel bearing the photographs of photographer/director Estevan Oriol. The tee-shirts are in essence a running pictography of Estevan’s adventures around his familiar surroundings in Los Angeles as well his international travels. The two pieces here feature rapper Omar Cruz.

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Upperplayground x FIFTY24SF: Estevan Oriol Collection

San Francisco based Upperplayground and their parallel art gallery, FIFTY24SF have just released their latest collection of apparel bearing the photographs of photographer/director Estevan Oriol. The tee-shirts are in essence a running pictography of Estevan’s adventures around his familiar surroundings in Los Angeles as well his international travels. The two pieces here feature rapper Omar Cruz.

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