Category: Puerto Rican

Jennifer Lopez at the Out of Sight LA Premiere in June 1998 [x]


Jean-Michel Basquiat photographed by Julio Donoso, 1988.


Jean-Michel Basquiat painting

untitled (Fallen Angel) in the basement of Annina Nosei’s gallery, November 1981.

Photos by Seth Tillett

Jean-Michel Basquiat (1982)

Pam Grier and Freddie Prinze at the 1975 NAACP Image Awards

Pam Grier: “We spent a lot of time talking about our dreams, where we had come from, and where we wanted to go. Freddie was Puerto Rican and Hungarian, and he turned to me to be one of his mentors in his life. I took the job willingly, entranced with his romanticism and his passion for life. I loved that Freddie constantly told me how beautiful I was, asked me questions, and actually listened to the answers. He may have been chronologically younger than I was, but he often showed a maturity beyond his years. When we finally became lovers, we were truly in love, deeply affectionate, and eager to support each other any way we could.”.

In her book, Pam details how Freddie was persistent in trying to get her pregnant but she didn’t want to bring a child into the world with him being unstable. He suffered from depression and as his drug abuse worsened she broke up with him.

(Excerpt from Foxy: My Life in Three Acts)


Nu à la corde

Jean-Michel Basquiat photographed by Louis Jammes in Paris, 1988.

Happy Birthday Jean-Michel Basquiat!

(December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988)

“I never went to an art school. I failed the art courses that I did take in school. I just looked at a lot of things. And that’s how I learnt about art, by looking at it.    ”

Jean-Michel Basquiat


Jean-Michel Basquiat photographed by Brad Branson, 1984.

Jean-Michel Basquiat creating masterpieces in 1982.


Jennifer Lopez photographed by Ron Davis, 1992.