Day of the Dead
Thaneeya's popular Day of the Dead art is unique and distinctive. Unlike some skull art, her designs aren't dark or morbid, but colorful and life-affirming. These artworks represent a healthy appreciation for the cycle of life and death, and serve as a vibrant reminder to live life to the fullest!
Most of Thaneeya's Day of the Dead products are manufactured by Zazzle, so when you click on the images below you'll be taken to our Zazzle shop where you can further refine your search by selecting from various product categories.
One advantage of making our products available through Zazzle is that you can customize them to create a one-of-a-kind product unique to your personality. You can manipulate the design, change the background color, add your own text, and even upload additional images!
Browse by Sugar Skull Design
If you have a favorite Sugar Skull design, you can click on it from the selection below to see it on every product.
Browse our most popular Day of the Dead products!
Sugar Skulls 2014 Calendar
Thaneeya's popular sugar skull art is now available in a new 2014 wall calendar! It features high-quality reproductions of 12 colorful artworks, and is available in retail stores or online.
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About the Day of the Dead
The Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos in Spanish) is a Mexican holiday that takes place every year on the 1st and 2nd of November. It is a celebration of loved ones who have passed to the other side. It may sound sad and morose, but it's actually a positive way to reconnect with the dead and rejoice in their memory.
The roots of the popular holiday can be traced back 4,000 years to the Aztecs who believed that if you cry for someone who's passed, they may slip and fall on your tears. The holiday has since been transformed by Catholicism, which is why it takes place on All Saints' and All Souls' Day.
When people celebrate the Day of the Dead they throw parties, make all kinds of special foods, build altars, and decorate graves. Thaneeya's sugar skull art was partially inspired by the practice of making skulls out of sugar and decorating them with foil, colored icing, and other trinkets. These sugar skulls are then given as gifts to the living or offered to the dead.
You can learn more about the Day of the Dead by visiting http://www.celebrate-day-of-the-dead.com/
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