Death is democratic, because in the end, blond, brunette, rich or poor, everyone will end up being a skull
José Guadalupe Posadas
Death is democratic, because in the end, blond, brunette, rich or poor, everyone will end up being a skull

José Guadalupe Posadas

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition and celebration in which Mexicans remember and honor those who have passed away. It takes place on the 1st and 2nd of November and the UNESCO proclaimed it as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

“Our cult of life, as it is profound and complete, it is also a cult of death. Both are inseparables. A civilisation that denies the death ends up denying life too.”

Octavio Paz

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition and celebration in which Mexicans remember and honor those who have passed away. It takes place on the 1st and 2nd of November and the UNESCO proclaimed it as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

“Our cult of life, as it is profound and complete, it is also a cult of death. Both are inseparables. A civilisation that denies the death ends up denying life too”.

Octavio Paz

Death is democratic, because in the end, blond, brunette, rich or poor, everyone will end up being a skull

José Guadalupe Posadas

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition and celebration in which Mexicans remember and honor those who have passed away. It takes place on the 1st and 2nd of November and the UNESCO proclaimed it as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Our cult of life, as it is profound and complete, it is also a cult of death. Both are inseparables. A civilisation that denies the death ends up denying life too

Octavio Paz