Monday, October 31, 2016

Dia de los Muertos Urban Art Alley

Dia de los Muertos Urban Art Alley

The Dia de los Muertos Festival wasn't just for kids. There was a shopping section with lots of souvenirs, a food truck section with a huge selection of foods, and—my favorite—the Urban Art Alley.

Dia de los Muertos Urban Art AlleyThis horse and two riders was created by Martin Sánchez, who immigrated here as a child from a small town in Mexico. Sánchez gives ingenious and creative new life to everyday things that have been used and then discarded.

There was also an all-metal Catrina figure that stood about 10 feet tall.

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