poppyperezz:

a todos nos toca!

poppyperezz:

a todos nos toca!

luisvazquez91:

Posada goes Pop Art

vivirenmexico:

Una Indigena con su Bebe
2 de Noviembre del 2012

vivirenmexico:

Una Indigena con su Bebe

2 de Noviembre del 2012

mexicanfoodporn:

Arte de José Pulido. 
I love Day of the Dead, but its kind of irritating to see how it has become a fad… a cliché and a stereotype of “cool”, specially here in the US where Día de Muertos has flooded art, tattoos and merchandising. People will dress up like “catrinas”, however they wont know anything about the origin of the tradition or what is actually done during the festivities. 
Got to admit it, when people take traditions and mix it cleverly with Popular culture I have to say that I absolutely dig it. How can you not like this art done by José Pulido?  

mexicanfoodporn:

Arte de José Pulido. 


I love Day of the Dead, but its kind of irritating to see how it has become a fad… a cliché and a stereotype of “cool”, specially here in the US where Día de Muertos has flooded art, tattoos and merchandising. People will dress up like “catrinas”, however they wont know anything about the origin of the tradition or what is actually done during the festivities. 

Got to admit it, when people take traditions and mix it cleverly with Popular culture I have to say that I absolutely dig it. How can you not like this art done by José Pulido?  

ahuevomorelos:

Cementerio de Atlatlahucan por Daniel Salinas Córdova.

cheetahprintcoatmagic:

"… Porque aquellos a los que amamos sólo mueren cuando les olvidamos."

Fiestas de Día de muertos, San Andrés Mixquic, México.

andely:

Feliz Día de Muertos

mexicanfoodporn:

Pulp Fiction “a la mort” 
Arte/Art: José Pulido 

mexicanfoodporn:

Pulp Fiction “a la mort” 

Arte/Art: José Pulido 

ak47mx:

Día de Muertos por AK47.

hope-and-many-miles-to-go:

[Source]

Día de Muertos // Day of the Dead

instagram:

Mexico Celebrates Día de Muertos

To view photos and videos from those celebrations, visit the Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico and Oaxaca, Mexico location pages or browse the #DíadeMuertos hashtag.

Every year from October 31 to November 2, Mexicans celebrate Día de Muertos or the Day of the Dead. Friends and family gather to remember, celebrate and pray for their loved ones who have passed. Celebrants build altars called ofrendas for the deceased using calaveras (sugar skulls), marigolds and the favorite foods, beverages and possessions of the departed. The streets near cemeteries are also filled with parades and decorations.

Though first observed in Mexico, today Día de Muertos is observed around the world, and Instagrammers are there capturing the celebrations.