In recent years, pins have become one of the most prominent streetwear accessories. Clustered on denim jackets, lapels, and leather bombers, the glossy little pins are an affordable way to express your tastes and personality. From internet memes to original artwork to homages to your favorite artist/sayings/emoji, there’s really nothing you can’t wear in the form of a pin.
Beyond accessorizing, pins have also become a vehicle for many independent artists to affordably advertise their work. It’s increasingly common to see illustrations, prints, or paintings get converted into enamel pins and widely disseminated on Instagram.
One need only hit the #Pinstagram hashtag to fall into an endless k-hole of inventive, flair-worthy pins. But to help you out, we scoured the internet for pins made by Latinx artists. Here are 20 that deserve a place on your jean jacket: