The Day of the Dead, observed annually on November 1 and 2, offers the living a chance to remember and honor their departed friends and family. Inspired by the Mexican holiday, 31 intricate illustrations depict dancing skeletons, skulls, and other traditional imagery, all festooned with flowers, b... read more
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Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Sticker Book by Kwei-lin Lum This colorful sticker set celebrates the Day of the Dead, a joyful Mexican holiday. The 25 stickers identify pictures in English and Spanish, introducing kids to a second language.
Posada's Popular Mexican Prints by José Posada Nearly 275 great 19th-century woodcuts: crimes, miracles, skeletons, ads, portraits, news cuts. Table of contents includes Calaveras; Disasters; National Events; Religion and Miracles; Don Chepito Marihuano; Chapbook Covers; Chapbook Illustrations; and Everyday Life.
Day of the Dead Tattoos by Dover Five classic designs by Mexican artists Jorge Posada and Julio Ruelas feature grinning skeletons of a soldier, a guitarist, and a pair of fashionable ladies, plus a splendidly ghoulish bracelet of skulls.
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Day of the Dead Stickers by Dover Drawn from a variety of antique sources, these 19 black-and-white stickers of grinning skulls, dancing skeletons, and other cheerfully macabre images include drawings by famed artists Jorge Posada and Julio Ruelas.
Day of the Dead Notebook by Dover Day of the Dead is a November holiday joyfully observed by people of Mexican heritage — now you can preserve your memories all year long with this pocket-sized notebook! Includes 64 pages of blank paper.
Day of the Dead Iron-On Transfer Patterns by Marty Noble More than 40 images include decorated skulls, dancing skeletons, and other classic Day of the Dead motifs. The quaint images are original interpretations of traditional designs from Mexican folklore.
Day of the Dead Clip Art for Machine Embroidery by Alan Weller The skeletons, skulls, and other traditional images of this CD-ROM and book set are optimized for embroidery digitizing software and allow crafters to customize the motifs. 88 designs in different color combinations.
The Day of the Dead: A Pictorial Archive of Dia de Los Muertos by Jean Moss Calaveras — grotesque yet lively representations of costumed skeletons — are intrinsic to Mexico's Day of the Dead festivities. This compilation of 187 illustrations includes many works by José Guadalupe Posada. Bonus CD-ROM included.
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Mexican Designs Stained Glass Coloring Book by Marty Noble Sixteen illustrations inspired by Mexican folklore include realistic and imaginary animals, mythological characters, religious iconography, and a wealth of skulls and skeleton motifs related to Day of the Dead traditions.
The Day of the Dead, observed annually on November 1 and 2, offers the living a chance to remember and honor their departed friends and family. Inspired by the Mexican holiday, 31 intricate illustrations depict dancing skeletons, skulls, and other traditional imagery, all festooned with flowers, butterflies, and additional lively decorations. Pages are perforated and printed on one side only for easy removal and display. Specially designed for experienced colorists, Day of the Dead and other Creative Haven® coloring books offer an escape to a world of inspiration and artistic fulfillment.
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