Victor Rosas' Untitled pieces were created in part of the 'Utopia/Dystopia' portfolio, curated by artist Miyo Stevens-Gandara. Miyo invited 26 artists to each pick two cards from a full deck, incorporating a diverse range of interpretations and ideas into a single, unified collection. In his red utopia piece, Rosas incorporates the icon of Che Guevara as the countercultural symbol of rebellion along with the image of coy fish as symbols of worldly aspiration. Rosas states, "Be the change you want to see." Aware of his role as an artist, he believes that he holds a great responsibility in how and what he communicates to the audience. When approaching his artwork, he considers it a game of "Toma Todo" in which you can win it all or give something away. He views his participation with art in the community in the same way: that if Los Angeles is to become a great city, it must be done by the shared contribution of everyone.