By Laurel Skye

skull y :-) Day of the Dead Mosaics By Laurel Skye. A modern day representation of the Mexican cultural art of celebrating the dead.

The colours of Mexico! Wall of nichos, Mexican boxes of folk art.

Dig the Mexican altar boxes. Dead kitsch cool - from Mexico Import Arts (Australia) Shrines?

El Vochol, una muestra del arte huichol sobre ruedas. This bug is an art piece from the Huichol people. It is covered by hand in tiny beads.

The "Vochol", a word that combines the words "VW Beetle" and "Huichol", was worked on for more than seven months by eight Huichol artists, from Nayarit and Jalisco.

Carnaval de Tlaxcala, ya es Patrimonio Inmaterial

Carnaval de Tlaxcala ya es Patrimonio Inmaterial

Mexican street art culture

These murals are absolutely amazing. Inspired by Mexican culture such as skulls, day of the dead, Papel Picado tales and legends, street artist Neuzz aka Miguel Mejía is worth keeping an eye on.

Antique Mexican Nicho

Large Mexican tin nicho shadow box with double doors // bright rainbow vibrant// mexican folk art // diamante cross with spring flowers.

Huichol

Edition of the Wixaritari Indigenous Festival 2010 – Plaza Caracol – Pto. Vallarta - PVRPV news and community information…

Mexican street art culture

Mexican street art culture

These murals are absolutely amazing. Inspired by Mexican culture such as skulls, day of the dead, Papel Picado tales and legends, street artist Neuzz aka Miguel Mejía is worth keeping.

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