Jose Guadalupe Posada                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Posada and Our Love for Skulls - New York Graphic Design Agency Alfalfa Studio

Jose Guadalupe Posada,  Calavera De Madero,  1910

"Calavera de Francisco I. Madero," printed photo-relief etching with engraving, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Jose Guadalupe Posada: Artist Behind Day Of The Dead Images

Meet The Artist Behind Day Of The Dead

“Calaveras from the heap, number 2″ (1910) by José Guadalupe Posada (1851–1913) who was a Mexican illustrator known for his satirical and politically acute calaveras.

“Calaveras from the heap, number by José Guadalupe Posada who was a Mexican illustrator known for his satirical and politically acute calaveras.

'Don Quixote (1905), an engraving by Jose Guadalupe Posada, best known for illustrating his famous Calaveras for several publications at the turn of the 20th century. These satirise society under the government of Porfirio Díaz, just before the revolution. Since he died, his images have become associated with the Day of the Dead' Photograph: PR

Sugar skulls and sacrifice: Damien Hirst and Mexico's death culture – in pictures

Credit: PR 'Don Quixote an engraving by Jose Guadalupe Posada, best known for illustrating his famous Calaveras for several publicat.

Calavera de un Lagartijo Jose Guadalupe Posada

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birth of venus by jose pasada. this would be a nice alternative to a pin-up; little memento mori for ya

La imaginación y el sentido del humor de José Guadalupe Posada

Jose Guadalupe Posada...brilliant cartoonist (1852-1913) found more facial expression and human nuance in the depiction of naked skulls than most cartoonist can or have derived from flesh.

I love the old engravings by José Guadalupe Posada (Mexican, Gran Fandango y Francachela de Todas las Calaveras (Happy Dance and Wild Party of All the Skeletons) (ca. x 12 cm x in.

A woman dressed as the iconic Mexican 'Catrina' poses for photographers as she gathers with other women in costume in an attempt to set a record for the most Catrinas in one place during Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City. The figure of a skeleton wearing an elegant broad-brimmed hat was first done as a satirical engraving by artist Jose Guadalupe Posada sometime between 1910 and his death in 1913.

Day of the Dead celebrations around the world, in pictures

A woman dressed as the iconic Mexican 'Catrina' poses for photographers as she gathers with other women in costume in an attempt to set a record for the most Catrinas in one place during Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City. The figure of a skeleto

Jose Guadalupe Posada: Calaveras en Monton    -so cool- even has a storyline

Calaveras: macabre Mexican skeleton prints produced for the Day of the Dead

Jose Guadalupe Posada: Calaveras en Monton -so cool- even has a storyline

Jose Guadalupe Posada Famous Pieces | Oda a la muerte: Guadalupe Posada

Oda a la muerte: Guadalupe Posada

Jose Guadalupe Posada Famous Pieces | Oda a la muerte: Guadalupe Posada

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