Robles, like Diaz and Angel, is young and eager, and came to appreciate art through graffiti, comics, and cartoons. And like his peers, the 23-year-old views Munnys as just another way to put his stuff out there, another hustle. "It's funny that it's called Munny," he muses, "because I feel like this is a way to make money." He's going to try to sell his creations for about $350 each.
But his affair with the little guys won't likely go beyond a two-night tryst. "I'm having a blast; it's a very fun medium," he says, but "I probably won't be making any more of these. It's always good to keep things fresh."