Friday, October 29, 2021

Día de Los Muertos on Grant Road

The "Day of the Dead" is an opportunity to remember and celebrate the lives of departed loved ones. It is often celebrated on Nov. 1 to remember children who are deceased and Nov. 2 to honor the adults who have passed.

The artists are Ses, Retro, Sketch and Sawaki; all from Wagon Burner Arts.

Found at the SW intersection of N. Martin Ave. and E. Grant Rd., Tucson, AZ





La Calavera Catrina ("Elegant Skull") on the left next to "Sugar Skulls". Sugar Skulls are made of sugar and are placed on graves and altars in honor of deceased loved ones.
Note - there is considerable artistic license in the images of these sugar skulls.








La Calavera Catrina (the "Elegant Skull").  Also known as Mexico's Lady of the Dead.





 

Mariachis (a street band in Mexico)






La Calavera Catrinas
Note the dog and cat.
The meaning or significance of the symbol at the top center is not known.
                     
                      

 

 

 

 

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