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Las Muertas The Portraits of Tim Tadder

Autumn Photographer Tim Tadder (previously) has created Las Muertas, a beautiful photographic tribute to La Dia De Los Muertos, the traditional Mexican hol

An adaptation of our Las Muertas project from March 2015 for Cerveza Victoria, a beer from Mexico. The project is an extension of our previous work, with a sexy twist to market towards the beer consumer in Mexico. We used the same team from Las Muertas, t…

An adaptation of our Las Muertas project from March 2015 for Cerveza Victoria, a beer from Mexico.

La Guelaguetza  ~ Oaxaca, Mexico A festival celebrating the goddess of agriculture

La Guelaguetza de Oaxaca - This is a cultural event and festival that happens every year in the city of Oaxaca.

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Vous allez être subjugué par la beauté de ces femmes aux maquillages mortuaires inspirés des traditions aztèques

Take a look at photography project Las Muertas by Tim Tadder. "The Dia De Los Muertos festival is a beautiful display of culture, one that being in southern

Photographer Tim Tadder creates a colorful tribute to the Day Of The Dead: Las Muertas created with the help of makeup artist Krisztianna and costume designer Julia Reeser,

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The flowers of Hell are the most potently poisonous of all, whereas those grown in the unending light of Heaven can cure any ill; Earth is caretaker of an equal share, and those with neither property.

November 1st and 2nd is Día de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday that is celebrated all over the world, especially where people from Mexico have settled. Here in San Francisco it's a huge celebration, complete with a wild, candle-lit parade through the Mission district ending in an altar exhibit in a nearby park. Since the holiday is primarily about nourishing and celebrating our deceased loved ones, there are a lot of food and food related crafts associated with the…

Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar

History of DIA DE LOS MUERTOS (Day of the Dead) - woman decorating her home ofrenda in patzcuaro mexico

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