Linda Vallejo's "Make 'Em All Mexican" project is a provocative and playful approach to ethnic identity and assumptions of hierarchy in art. Vallejo re-colors the faces and skin of characters to a darker hue, more suited to the average skin tone of the Mexican people. The result is a gentle re-evaluation of the nature of ethnic assumptions of cultural power.
Vallejo's "Brown Dot Project", depicts places with important Latino populations abstractly using brown dots to represent their numbers.
Vallejo's work is widely exhibited and collected and is included in the collection of the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago.