The chance to lionize a relevant but regrettably little known photographer with half a century's body of work beneath them is not an opportunity that comes to any publisher often. Producing the work of George Rodriguez has been a dream. The man is a living legend- or at least his work is composed of images that evokes the legendary. This piece in THE NEW YORKER pairs harmoniously with George's recent interview in VICE. Check both out for some context on the man's life and work. It's almost certain you'll be seeing more soon.
FYI in the interview he refers to Eazy-E as "a cute little guy." Spoiler alert.