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This is all illustration and I think it looks so incredably cool. The coloring and look makes me think of Dia de los Muertos. It has a very mexican/spanish look to it and I think as a poster it works really well. Everything goes together really well in this piece and works well together. Even the font choice works with the piece.

This is all illustration and I think it looks so incredably cool. The coloring and look makes me think of Dia de los Muertos. It has a very mexican/spanish look to it and I think as a poster it works really well. Everything goes together really well in this piece and works well together. Even the font choice works with the piece.

Art by Alix Branwyn. She calls this her "first Catrina design", and that's an homage to Jose Guadalupe Posada's original "La Calavera Catrina" drawing (circa 1910-1913). Posada's infamous cartoon criticized Mexican natives who aspired to imitate European style, while forsaking their cultural heritage.

Celebrate Day of the Dead With Some Hauntingly Beautiful Artwork

Art by Alix Branwyn. She calls this her "first Catrina design", and that's an homage to Jose Guadalupe Posada's original "La Calavera Catrina" drawing (circa 1910-1913). Posada's infamous cartoon criticized Mexican natives who aspired to imitate European style, while forsaking their cultural heritage.

Part of me wishes I could wear this everyday... part of me knows I'm lucky I even get powder on in the morning.

Sugar Skulls’ status in popular culture: What is their meaning and where do they originate from?

Part of me wishes I could wear this everyday... part of me knows I'm lucky I even get powder on in the morning.

Lowbrow Art Company Jack Celebrates the Dead Art Print by Artist Mike Bell

Jack Skellington Celebrates the Dead Art Print

Lowbrow Art Company Jack Celebrates the Dead Art Print by Artist Mike Bell

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