Observed on November 2, the Day of the Dead offers the living a chance to remember and honor their departed friends and family. These 16 illustrations commemorate the Mexican holiday with scenes inspired by papel picado, a folk art involving paper-cutting, and the artistry of cartoonist Jos... read more
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Observed on November 2, the Day of the Dead offers the living a chance to remember and honor their departed friends and family. These 16 illustrations commemorate the Mexican holiday with scenes inspired by papel picado, a folk art involving paper-cutting, and the artistry of cartoonist José Guadalupe Posada. Includes bilingual text.
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