Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated on November 2nd. The holiday focuses on the gathering of family and friends to pray for and remember loved ones who have died, and help support their spiritual journey. In Mexico, Dia de Los Muertos is a National holiday. Families build private altars honoring their loved ones who have died and decorate them with sugar skulls, Catrina dolls and marigolds. Celebrated along with All Saints Day and All Souls Day, it’s completely different from other celebrations for the deceased as it’s a very positive and colourful one. Instead of dwelling on the death of family, they’re instead dwelling on the life the person lived before they died. The result is a party-like atmosphere that must be seen to believed. And the trademark of this event is the sugar skull. We designed our own sugar skulls for art, what do you think?