• Happenings,  Style

    Dia de los Muertos

    I have always been in awe of the beautiful and scary skulls that seem to be everywhere during the week of Halloween (Oct 31) and Dia de los Muertos (Nov 1 & 2). But did you know the history behind them? I didn’t! The most recognized skull on Dia de los Muertos is the Calavera Catrins. The image we are familiar with today and all over social media was originated by Jose Guadalupe Posada, a Mexican Artist who depicted a fancy female skeleton as a dig against the Europhile Mexican elite during the Porfirio Diaz dictatorship. The image became an icon of the Mexican Revolution at the beginning of the…