Day of the Dead ’13

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Hi, it’s my fifth annual Día de Los Muertos post! Keeping with my tradition, I was happy to find some new murals around town to show you.

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A new Lalo Cota and Breeze mural on Barrio Cafe, home to many murals.

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More Lalo above, on the door of his former studio/gallery, on Calle 16.

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I love this beauty, above, on Central Avenue.

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He’s been busy!

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And a few more items spotted about town:

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Why didn’t I find these when I got married???? Seriously. I would have loved them.

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And because I had no Halloween posts this year (unlike last year when I had a couple spooky ones, 1 and 2), here is Halloween transitioning into the Days of the Dead (November 1 and 2), right at midnight, the witching hour!

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Happy Halloween~Feliz Día de los Muertos!

Want more Day of the Dead? Here are some links to my previous posts: 2012’s post, 2011’s post, 2010′s post, and 2009′s post.

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5 thoughts on “Day of the Dead ’13

  1. Hi Candace,
    Thanks for sharing these murals – so fun and colorful! Actually, I find the color and imagery of the Day of the Dead celebration so intriguing. What a great theme for artists! Nothing like that this far north 😦
    P.S. cookies for you any time you travel to the frozen northwoods 🙂

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