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Jordi Alós: Carros Chocones (Race to End Overdose), 2024

Jordi Alós: Carros Chocones (Race to End Overdose), 2024

Acrylic and Archival Print on Heavy Cold Press Cotton Rag

60 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6 in)

Hand-finished, signed and numbered by the artist

Jordi adds elements to each print by hand - making each one unique.

In support of END OVERDOSE



Each print is delivered with fentanyl test strips and Naloxone


Available for 48 hours only:

15 May - 18 May

5pm CDT - 5pm CDT

3pm - 3pm PST

11pm - 11pm BST

12am - 12am CET

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Archival print on heavy cold press cotton rag

About the release

The print will be available to purchase for 48hrs only and then never again.

The edition number is determined by the amount sold.

All editions are made to order and then signed for you and embellished by the artist after the sale ends. Therefore please allow delivery to take up to 4-8 weeks.

Shipping & Returns

Editions are produced and shipped from California, USA.

Each artwork will be produced, embellished and signed specifically for each client and therefore is not eligible for return.

Editions are numbered randomly.

Delivery time is 4-8 weeks.

Custom duties are the responsibility of the buyer.

Payment options

We accept payment via American Express, Diners Club, Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, Discover, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Union Pay, Paypal, Shop and Klarna. 

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We are pleased to announce JORDI ALÓS' timed release in support of END OVERDOSE


Born in Mexico City in 1993, Jordi Alós has so far exhibited his work in several group and solo shows from Los Angeles and London to Hong Kong and his hometown. He studied advertising and design at the Institute of Marketing and Advertising in Mexico City, and it was during this period that he started probing the limits of 'what can be' through creative expression. 

He is inspired by various art historical styles, including realism and art brut, which aesthetic postulates he uses in his original pieces. Describing his practice as art brut, Alós uses both realistic and expressive forms to highlight his thematic preoccupations — the contemporary society with its symbols, often tragicomic habits, and struggles.  


The drug overdose epidemic has become a national crisis, with over a million Americans dying from overdoses since 1999, and opioids contributing to over 70% of these deaths. Current harm reduction strategies face challenges such as lack of funding, fragmentation, cultural dissonance, underutilization of technology, and lack of inclusivity.

End Overdose see's a future where every individual impacted by drug use finds support, resources, and a pathway to recovery. Our vision encompasses a society that prioritizes health, compassion, and evidence-based solutions to address the drug overdose epidemic.

Reduced Overdoses and Deaths, Empowered Communities, Shifted Public Perception, Grassroots-Informed Policies, Inclusive and Collaborative Approach, Accessible Resources and Support, Data-Driven Solutions, Long-Term Impact.

End Overdose is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in California with a national reach working to end drug-related overdose deaths through education, medical intervention, and public awareness.


Support END OVERDOSE by getting yourself a beautiful print by JORDI ALÓS.

Available for 48 hours only!

MAY 15 - MAY 17

5pm - 5pm CDT

3pm - 3pm PST

11pm - 11pm BST

11.59pm - 11.59pm CET

Please help us with this important cause. Thank you very much!