Day of the Dead by Adrien Ehrhardt
Graphic designer dedicated a fun, rather cynical, yet wonderful graphic series to Día de los Muerto.
Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is a Mexican tradition, that consist of gatherings with closed ones, to pray and remember friends and family members who have died. Paris based photographer and graphic designer Adrien Ehrhardt dedicated a fun, rather cynical, yet wonderful graphic series to that fearful holiday.
Coloring the familiar faces of iconic people, that passed away in a strange yet beautiful way, Adrien’s artwork could remind you more of Tim Burton’s movies and cartoons. The whole series consists of twenty images, decorated with the famous ‘sugar skull’ makeup adapted to dead celebrities’ black and white photographs. The results are quite amusing and simply beautiful!
You can find more on his Tumblr page.
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