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LatinoAmerica sin Puerto Rico by NG25Lab LatinoAmerica sin Puerto Rico by NG25Lab
Esta es otra pieza que hice con sentimientos propios. El arte que he hecho puede expresarse por si solo.
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:icondeviousplayer:
deviousplayer Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2013
pa que si estamos bien como estamos.. 
lo unico que nos tiene jodio almomento es el gobierno 
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bealullaby Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2013
Wao, te quedo brutal, esto va para mi background. Esto fue hecho en photoshop?
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DoctorAtom85 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013
Oh cool, it's the 51st state :)
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:icondarkspysrival:
Darkspysrival Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
PARA QUE MEDIO MUNDO NOS PUEDA INVADIR!
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sangrenegrv Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Te felicito por tan increíble diseño, y ademas por el mensaje.

Puerto Rico ala que cayo al mar
Que no pudo volar
Yo te invito a mi vuelo
Y buscamos juntos el mismo cielo
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Airsecks Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
Bro, esto esta excelente. Es posible conseguir esta imagen en 1920x1080? Lo quiero poner en mi background de la compu.

Y espero mas imagenes tuyas. :)
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darrdo Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2010
wow!
está brutal!!!!, parece una foto, me gustaría verlo pega'o por todas las paredes de San Juan

"wow!
it is awesome!!!!, it looks like a photo, i would like to see it on the walls of San Juan"
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2011
Gracias!Ando en ese proceso de imprimir varios posters. Así que te dejare saber para ver si alguien lo pega por algún lugar en nuestra patria. Saludos.
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chibi098 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Despierta Borinqueño
que han dado la señal,
despierta de ese sueño
que es hora de luchar.

¿A ese llamar patriótico
no arde tu corazón?
Ven, nos será simpático
el ruido del cañón.

Nosotros queremos
la libertad,
nuestros machetes
nos la darán.

Vámonos borinqueños, vámonos ya que nos espera ansiosa,
ansiosa la libertad, la libertad,
la libertad, la libertad, la libertad.

ORGULLOSO DE SER UN VERDADERO PUERTORRIQ~O PUERTO RICO LIBRE YO CREO EN ESO AHY QUE TENER EZPERANZAS FUERZA!
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2010
Así es, mi hermano Borincano. La lucha no puede ceder y debe continuar. Nuestras nuevas generaciones deben continuar la lucha porque hoy nuestro país esta siendo gobernado por personas incompetentes que solo se montan para sus intereses. Lee este escrito: [link]

Saludos
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:iconchibi098:
chibi098 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
FUERZA I DETERMINACION SALUDOS BORINCANO Y EL LINK ESTABA GENIAL!
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IIEtienneII Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2010
Excelente, te quedo bestial ^^
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2010
Gracias y saludos :)
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ukulele32 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2010
En tus dos trabajos que he añadido como favoritos, me gustan varias cosas. Primero el mensaje. Puesto que soy vasco, el grito de independencia me es muy familiar y comparto con todos los demas pueblos oprimidos el mismo sentimiento de que nos han cortado las piernas para que NO podamos caminar solos.
Por otro lado me gusta como has incorporado las diferentes tipografias, texturas, el estilo collage y tambien los colores.

Un bonito trabajo

Salut
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cosmographia Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2010  Student General Artist
El diseño esta brutal. Es verdad que la silueta del Dr. Albizu Campos le da un buen toque. Todo esta balanceado muy bien. :heart:
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013
Muchas gracias, @cosmographia.
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2010
gracias, Eliana... :)
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paulherz Featured By Owner May 18, 2010  Student Interface Designer
Personally, the question of them becoming a free country rather than a U.S. state is the choice of the Puerto Ricans. I heard that the Puerto Ricans [in general] would rather be a free country with association to the U.S., but I can't say for sure. However, I think that this is a wonderful work of typographical art.


Personalmente, la cuestíon de ellos volvando una país libre en lugar de un estado de E.E.U.U. es el elección de los puertorriqueños. Oí que los puertorriqueños [en general] preferirían ser una país libre con asociación a los E.E.U.U, pero no puedo decirlo con toda seguridad. Bueno, pienso que esta es una maravillosa obra de arte tipográfico.
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013
Thank you @paulherz for your comment and I'm sorry for the late reply.

Statehood isn’t likely to happen.

The United States first colonized Puerto Rico in 1898. Since then, Puerto Ricans have voted several times on whether to become a state or not, but the idea has never become popular enough to sway a majority of voters.

When statehood received the largest share of votes on Tuesday’s two-part status referendum, it led several U.S. outlets to report that a majority of Puerto Ricans had finally opted for statehood.

It’s a misleading impression. The referendum consisted of two questions. First, it asked voters if they wanted to keep their current U.S. commonwealth status. Dissatisfaction emerged victorious with 52 percent of the vote. The referendum then asked if voters wanted to become a U.S. state, an independent country, or a freely associated state -- a type of independence in close alliance with the United States. Some 61 percent of those who answered the second question chose statehood.

That 61 percent wasn’t the majority, however. Over 470,000 voters intentionally left the second question blank, meaning that only 45 percent of those casting ballots supported statehood.

“The media in the United States have really taken it the other way, that statehood won, and that’s not true,” historian Angel Collado-Schwartz told the Huffington Post.

Even without a majority, Puerto Rico is forwarding the results to Congress and the White House, which will decide whether to launch the process of turning Puerto Rico into to the 51st state in the union.

5 Reasons Why The Island Won't Become The 51st State

1) A Majority Didn't Support Statehood
With just 46 percent of the ballots cast, statehood doesn't have the support of the majority of the Puerto Rican electorate.

2) Obama Isn't Into It
"The status of Puerto Rico should be decided by the residents of Puerto Rico," Obama said last year. "If the plebiscite, or the referendum, that takes place in Puerto Rico indicates that there is a strong preference from the majority of the Puerto Rican people, I think that will influence how Congress approaches any actions that might be taken to address status issues."

That's not the way the vote went down.

3) Puerto Ricans Are Already Citizens
Many Puerto Ricans who favor statehood already live in U.S. states. Puerto Ricans received citizenship, along with military conscription, in 1917. Today, some 4.6 million people of Puerto Rican origin live in the United States, compared to 3.7 million on the island, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. In the words of historian Angel Collado-Schwartz, “Statehood is available to all Puerto Ricans -- you have 50 states to move to.”

4) Luis Fortuño's Gone
Puerto Rican voters not only didn't support statehood, they narrowly voted to oust one of the biggest proponents of statehood from the governorship. With Alejandro Garcia Padilla of the Popular Democratic Party taking office, the idea will likely lose steam.

5) Congress Isn't Interested
Congressional aides tell The Hill that Congress won't both with legislation to initiate the process to bring Puerto Rico into the union as a state because the vote wasn't convincing enough. One staffer viewed the status vote as a "statistical fiction."

[link]
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Darkspysrival Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Actually, we've voted for statehood in 2012, not independence.
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013
Don’t hold your breath, buddy...statehood isn’t likely to happen.

The United States first colonized Puerto Rico in 1898. Since then, Puerto Ricans have voted several times on whether to become a state or not, but the idea has never become popular enough to sway a majority of voters.

When statehood received the largest share of votes on Tuesday’s two-part status referendum, it led several U.S. outlets to report that a majority of Puerto Ricans had finally opted for statehood.

It’s a misleading impression. The referendum consisted of two questions. First, it asked voters if they wanted to keep their current U.S. commonwealth status. Dissatisfaction emerged victorious with 52 percent of the vote. The referendum then asked if voters wanted to become a U.S. state, an independent country, or a freely associated state -- a type of independence in close alliance with the United States. Some 61 percent of those who answered the second question chose statehood.

That 61 percent wasn’t the majority, however. Over 470,000 voters intentionally left the second question blank, meaning that only 45 percent of those casting ballots supported statehood.

“The media in the United States have really taken it the other way, that statehood won, and that’s not true,” historian Angel Collado-Schwartz told the Huffington Post.

Even without a majority, Puerto Rico is forwarding the results to Congress and the White House, which will decide whether to launch the process of turning Puerto Rico into to the 51st state in the union.

5 Reasons Why The Island Won't Become The 51st State

1) A Majority Didn't Support Statehood
With just 46 percent of the ballots cast, statehood doesn't have the support of the majority of the Puerto Rican electorate.

2) Obama Isn't Into It
"The status of Puerto Rico should be decided by the residents of Puerto Rico," Obama said last year. "If the plebiscite, or the referendum, that takes place in Puerto Rico indicates that there is a strong preference from the majority of the Puerto Rican people, I think that will influence how Congress approaches any actions that might be taken to address status issues."

That's not the way the vote went down.

3) Puerto Ricans Are Already Citizens
Many Puerto Ricans who favor statehood already live in U.S. states. Puerto Ricans received citizenship, along with military conscription, in 1917. Today, some 4.6 million people of Puerto Rican origin live in the United States, compared to 3.7 million on the island, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. In the words of historian Angel Collado-Schwartz, “Statehood is available to all Puerto Ricans -- you have 50 states to move to.”

4) Luis Fortuño's Gone
Puerto Rican voters not only didn't support statehood, they narrowly voted to oust one of the biggest proponents of statehood from the governorship. With Alejandro Garcia Padilla of the Popular Democratic Party taking office, the idea will likely lose steam.

5) Congress Isn't Interested
Congressional aides tell The Hill that Congress won't both with legislation to initiate the process to bring Puerto Rico into the union as a state because the vote wasn't convincing enough. One staffer viewed the status vote as a "statistical fiction."

So, before you enter a comment, first get your info straight and don't go around misleading people with incomplete info.
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:iconpaulherz:
paulherz Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Student Interface Designer
In my defence, the comment you're responding to is two years old.
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Darkspysrival Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
XD I know~
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MusicaMaestro Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2010
Hermano! gracias por ese pedazo d arte! grita la verdad
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2010
De nada, mi hermano. Hay que expresar lo que se siente de corazón. Somos un pueblo muy dividido y por eso es que no le damos importancia a lo que verdaderamente somos, un pueblo con su propia identidad. Gracias por tu apoyo y saludos.
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dElaEstrella Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010
Yo te creo pero al mismo tiempo esto es un asunto dificil para mi ya q no se mucho del partido PNP y cosas a fondo como eso polq no vivo en PR pero.. dije q no veo esto pasando polq parece mucho que la mayoria de la gente quieren esa estadidad y cosas como el derecho a la igualdad, mejores oportunidades. muchos piensan q la grandeza de PR esta en adelantando con el EU. A mi no me gusta la idea pero no se mucho de los problemas alla, beneficios de estando independiente o un estado, etc.
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Annyanka Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010
Me encanta!!! Hace falta mas gente como tu. :w00t!:
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010
Gracias amiga...hace falta un movimiento grande que se levanten y luchen.
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dElaEstrella Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2010
me encanta el mensaje, los colores.. aunke yo tambien no puedo ver eto pasando, viva la isla de borinquen. bn hecho!
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2010
Gracias por tu comentario y saludos. Yo no pierdo la esperanzas pero también muchos tienen que ponerse en sus mentes que Estados Unidos NUNCA le dará la estadidad a P.R aunque muchos voten por la basura, el partido PNP nunca traerá la estadidad y seguirán como los demás partidos mintiéndole al pueblo en sus campañas y el pueblo seguirá con su fanatismo. Mientras esa mentalidad no cambie, pues sera muy dificir ver ese gran cambio. El pueblo prefiere que NO le quiten los cupones pero que SI le quiten su bandera y su identidad como pueblo. Y esa mentalidad hay que cambiarla, amiga. Cuidate y saludos.
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AmenazaJS Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2009
very nice
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2009
Thanks!
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GeorgeRiera Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2009
Emocionante! Creeme que tienes un watch nuevo ;)
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2009
Gracias, brodel... salu2 :)
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someonethatlove Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009
Wepa!
Me encanta el mensaje y los sentimientos que dan los colores en la imagen. Dices toda la verdad, pero somos como el agua nos dejamos llevar por el viento...
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2009
Gracias por tu apoyo y por tus palabras. Esa es nuestra triste realidad. Saludos :)
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yutub0987654321 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2009
ta cabrona el arte pero no eso no es cierto sin fuera no lo huibiera puesto aqui VIVA AMERICA & LATIN USA UNION
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2009
Sinceramente no entendí tu escrito, pero bueno, gracias por tu comentario.
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kruz-fuzion Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
nice bro... ojala fuese asi...pero para PR poder mantenerse como un pais libre pienso q mucha gente tiene q dejar la vagancia y trabajar mas las tierras como antes..llevar a cabo proyectos innovadores, exportar mas productos (especialmente medalla lol), dejar de traer productos del extranjero q se pueden crear/cosechar/etc aki mismo (a la vez produciendo mas empleos); muchas cosas mas para poder hechar palante el pais...no veo esto pasando aunke añoro ver mi PR libre no creo q pase...los mismos partidos mayoristas de este pais no lo permitirian. kizas ninguno lo haria... pero bn el diseño esta bueno bro y el mensaje me encanta..keep it up..
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2010
Primero, disculpa la tardanza de mis contestación a tu mensaje. Estoy muy de acuerdo con lo dicho por ti. Recuerdo en los 80tas cuando P.R todavía tenia terrenos sembrados con caña. De hecho, yo me crié cerca de un cañaval donde antes de cortar la caña la quemaban, y luego la cortaban. Otra cosa, aunque suene cómico es cierto lo que dices de medalla..jajaja Si exportan nuestros rones, porque no nuestras cervezas, no. Puerto Rico se ha convertido en un país importador mas que exportador y eso lo ha permitido el pueblo mismo. Es triste saber que hoy día muchos de los productos que se consumen en la isla son traídos de otros países hasta el café [link] , lo que le debe dar vergüenza a este gobierno. La lucha para ver a nuestro Puerto Rico libre sera dura, pero no pierdo las esperanzas. Gracias nuevamente por tu apoyo y tu comentario. Saludos y mucho éxito, brodel.
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RangyRougee Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2009  Professional General Artist
Osom dude!
Cuidau que te censuran los arrodillao's!
XD
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NG25Lab Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2009
Gracias, hermanita... a ver si me censura y me llaman terrorista.
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gawrsh Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2009
Demente. Me fascina, tiene un mensaje bien fuerte. Y además de que es verdad. [:
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:iconng25lab:
NG25Lab Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2009
Gracias por el :+fav: y tus palabras. Esa era la idea proyectar el mensaje directo y claro a mi pueblo BORINCANO. Graias.
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